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Old 12-05-2016, 11:42 AM   #116 (permalink)
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I'm aware that non prog bands use a lot of production. In this instance, I was talking about how prog quite typically has very layered, clean, and occasionally lifeless production (since that's not really the focus of some bands). It is noted for its influence on all of music but it also makes sense to bring up something that left a massive print on prog within the wider sphere of music.

Sort of like the synthesizer. Loads of non prog bands use them, but isn't it important to note their relevant impact on the genre?
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