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One Question Interviews: Universe217

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SPB: As far as I know you record your music at your own studio. Do you think that that allows you to be more creative? Having more time to try out different things?

Universe217: We have our own studio, yes. We actually never produced a record other way, so I can’t really compare it with not doing it by our own.

We learn things: How to get a better sound out of everything, re-doing what’s not ok, having the chance to experiment and then delete it. We even have the time to check how much microphones bleed between them when we play together. All these things are a big lesson that is also applied in our live gigs.

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Words by Spyros Stasis on Feb. 17, 2015, 12:35 p.m.

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