[2014, on technology changing electronic music] I think it's a good thing - it gives a chance of work to a lot of people. Today for two or three thousand dollars you can have a lot of equipment and you can do beautiful recordings. Obviously, if you're talented. If you're not, then it doesn't help at all! But if you're talented it's a great chance. You can work at home, you can record at home - you can do final recordings. Probably 80% of the stuff done at home doesn't work - not because of the technology but because of the talent. I remember when I started, unless you had two or three thousand dollars for a song you were not able to record. You needed musicians. You needed a studio. Now you can do it by yourself. It's a little bit more democratic now.
(In music) Switches from acoustic to electric instruments in the middle of a song, and vice versa.