When Daft Punk set out to make Random Access Memories, their desire to recreate the sound of the ’70s, rich with a number of classic and innovative projects, went further than hiring legendary session musicians. They assembled a foursome that truly took the art of setting up one mic for one snare drum to get that warm feeling to new levels, giving the album a feel that rivals today’s digital mixing and mastering process via vintage techniques.

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