MUZIKDIZCOVERY.COM: The Island Of Misfit Toys is another one of the more "unique" bands that you have worked with. How was working with them? How different was it working with them than other bands?
CHRIS: Oh man, working with them was a blast and a lot of work. Those guys are all good friends of mine and I was really stoked when they asked about working with me. It was definitely a record that was both fun and stressful to make. The studio isn't really big enough to hold all 11 or 12 of them at one time but they all managed to come and squeeze in the control room with me. Time was a bit of an issue with them so we worked incredibly fast on it which made it a bit stressful. I think initially we tracked drums and bass and some of the guitar live. Then I think I just set up 3 or 4 mics around the room and they would literally pick up an instrument, work out the part, record the part then we would move on to the next instrument. I just kept all the mics up so we could move quickly from one to the next and not waste time setting up and tearing down. It was definitely fun working with them and hopefully I'll get the chance to again sometime.