Speaking from their Stockholm studio, Cazette share their insights to their music, ranging from development of melodies to the final product. Using a computer to provide examples, they illustrate the process of producing their songs. Explanations of how and why they choose the various chords and sounds enhance understanding of their craft.
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Cazzette In The Studio explaining the making of One Cry – YouTube
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