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"It was an acoustic drumset and cymbals and triggers. For some of the songs we didn’t even need triggers because Rob could see the attacks of each note and I think he switched over to Pro Tools, which has this beat capture thing that uses midi notes and then we synchronised the beats. but it’s all from triggers. Hardly any pads, but that’s the next step."
"Stylistically and beats-wise it really doesn’t matter if we record on acoustic or electronic kits. I guess with acoustic drums there’s the acoustic sound, but when it’s triggered you can turn it into any sound. That’s what we’re about as electronic producers, capturing that performance - the way I play each groove and the velocities of each tone, the loud hits and the quiet hits."
"Then we turn it into midi notes and go crazy!"