Vince Clarke Q&A at the SAE InstitutePosted on 28/04/13
For those who weren't present at the Vince Clarke Q&A at the SAE Institute in Mexico City on music production, we added below all the tweets that were sent out by Side-Line during the session (never mind the spelling errors, please).
You can read them below. Enjoy!
Vince Clarke doesn't use presets, it's his 'joy'. Maine studio in woods but moved back to NY. Brother in law arranged new studio.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
VCMG tour didn't take place because was in other project :) + working on an EDM project w different remixers— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
*because Martin Gore was in another project*— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
Martyn Ware produced ISIS album by Erasure so thats how @thecabinstudio got involved. when MW runs out of ideas martin calls him.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
The def of a popsong: they need an emotional twist to it. #erasure— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
We now enter the more technical info, gear etc. Yamaha Dx7 was the worst thing ever: "it never listened did it?" twitter.com/sidelinemag/stů— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
On VCMG, internet made project. It changed everything. Bad is: it used to be cool to be in a studio a have a relation with people you work w— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
VCMG: all started w @plastikman remix. I found it repetitive at first. VCMG only sound design. Martin refused to sing on it. Pure freestyle.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
For @rammstein remix: i asked what the lyrics were about :)— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
@thecabinstudio : production is easy these days when you have a bedroom and gear. As a band music is an investment, not just about making $.— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
It's always about the next song not about how great sthing was. 'Chorus' was very important: no midi, etc. all about sound design #erasure— Side-Line Magazine (@sidelinemag) 27 april 2013
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