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Madlib Interview: Making of Madvillain And Studio Setup

May 22, 2008

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In an older interview with Urban Smarts, Madlib talks about working with multiple artists simultaneously, basic equipment setup (303 sampler, SP 12, and track board), and recording the entire Madvillain album about a week and a half  Madlib also talks about his first professional experience in music, releasing the first Lootpack 12", and a scrapped Tribe Called Quest album/collaboration. 

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