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Posted on Jan 23, 2014 07:37 pm
Neil Young has been chatting with Rolling Stone about his upcoming, "low-tech" album, titled "A Letter Home." The magazine spoke with Young about technology in music and the importance of finding a good producer.
"For a long time, I really liked the old microphones," said Neil Yound on technology. "I like old Neve boards. I liked Pacific Microsonics when they first came out, they were ahead of the curve. I think we're entering a very good period for recorded sound. Technology is just too much fun. It's so rewarding - it's what we do. What's next after digital?"
Being asked about the producers he admires, Young simply stated that he loves them all.
"I love them all. They all make music, okay? Some producers make great-sounding records, but it's not about the producer - it's the combination of the producer and the artist. So when there's chemistry, there's great music, and that makes great records."
Then the legendary musician confirmed that his next studio album will be released in March and it will be the "one of the lowest-tech experiences" he's ever had.
Young recently denied reports that he was working with Jack White on the new record, stating on his Facebook page:
"False Rumours: Neil Young and Jack White are not doing a record of duets as has been erroneously posted on various outlets. We are certain those rumours have no basis in truth."