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December 17, 2008 With Snowflake Midnight, the psych-rock veterans in Mercury Rev embraced open-source technology, allowing them to experiment with audio effects designed by people around the globe. Steve Lillywhite produces the session from Avatar Studios in New York City.
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September 28, 2008 When recording its latest album, Snowflake Midnight, Mercury Rev turned to publicly created and shared electronic instruments and software to create ethereal and deeply textured layers of sound. The band's members discuss their process of incorporating technology and losing themselves in music.
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