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"Our buddy Nick Thayer came to town and instigated the conversation about working. For Ken and me, it became a matter of ‘OK, what can we do that can contribute to what this whiz kid does?’ And that’s when we took a look at our old synthesizers.
“A friend of ours, Byron Wong, came to us a Mini Korg. On the front of it is this organ-like setup; there are filters that are sliders, not just knobs, and you can do some very interesting things with them. We hooked that up through our original Sherman FilterBank, and then we sent another signal to a fuzz pedal. Pretty cool.
"I worked the Mini Korg and Nick worked the Sherman. We did a long take where things got crazy and nasty. Nick did a lot of the hard work on this and took it to Australia. There’s a version of it that came out on his project, and we added stuff at the beginning and end. It’s such a cool track. This is us going, ‘Go on, you punk kids. Try to do this on your VSTs!’”