Brad Paisley Ditches Studio to Record at Home This Time
"I'm not letting this thing get overedited," he tells the Los Angeles Times of the new album.
Brad Paisley's skipping the studio and recording at his guest house, converted into a home studio, for his upcoming album, he tells the Los Angeles Times.
"I'm sort of fed up with the normal method of making records in Nashville," Brad said.
"You go into one of these perfectly tuned studios, with perfect gear, where they also then re-tune the studio again once you're set up, nine times out of 10, one of two or three different players on each instrument that go through the rotating door, and then it's mixed by a couple of the same people. We've thrown all that out, every bit of it."
Oh, and one more thing—Brad, so far, has only used guys in his band to record the album, due out sometime toward the end of the year.
"The other thing we're doing is I'm not letting this thing get overedited. I mean, if there's something grotesque that would feel a little better if you move one thing, I'll let them do it," he said. "But it's got to feel like my band."