In a recent Q&A session, Tool drummer Danny Carey has revealed an interesting story about recording sessions of new album. He said:
“Actually, when we did go in the studio recording this record, I actually suggested to [producer Joe] Baressi that we maybe try out doing the 442 [Hz] thing and he was horrified cause everything in the studio’s all calibrated to 440.
It would have been… I think it would have taken – it would have been a big commitment, be kind of a nightmare to do it.”
Bassist Justin Chancellor added:
“Well, I think we talked about what some of our music we listen to is, but for me personally, when we’re recording an album and when we’re writing leading up to recording it, I’m just listening to that music, just listening over and over again to the tracks.”
Guitarist Adam Jones said:
“So what we do is, we record to tape and we bounce that warm analog sound to digital and mix it up.”
Click here to source the conversation via Alternative Nation.
Two days ago, Tool guitarist Adam Jones has shared the new statement about their upcoming album. He said that ‘we want to put things out when they’re ready’. Click here to details.