Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” The Collaborators: Giorgio Moroder

By - April 3rd, 2013

Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” The Collaborators: Giorgio Moroder

http://thecreatorsproject.com/” target=”_blank”>The Creators Project, a partnership between http://intel.com/” target=”_blank”>Intel and http://vice.com/” target=”_blank”>VICE, presents an interview with the legendary synth composer and producer http://moroder.net/” target=”_blank”>Giorgio Moroder, who discusses his work with http://daftpunk.com/” target=”_blank”>Daft Punk in the making of the duo’s first studio album in eight years, http://randomaccessmemories.com/” target=”_blank”>Random Access Memories. The eight-minute clip begins with Moroder charting the early period of his career — starting with the moment he “met the synthesizer” — and continuing to his first brush with Daft Punk (he recounts the impact of hearing “One More Time,” his personal favorite). Moroder describes Daft Punk’s perfectionist and detail-oriented techniques during the recording process, resulting in something that’s “still dance, still electronic” but imbued with a distinctive human touch. Check out the video below.

Daft Punk “Random Access Memories” The Collaborators: Giorgio Moroder
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