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I often tell people if [someone] called one day and said, "Hey Joe, I've got a recording of Mozart, can you believe it?
Musicians would be in the room and it would sound absolutely amazing to be right there with a full orchestra, but someone would make a recording of it and they would listen back and go, "What the hell is that?
" Some horrible, super low fidelity, scratchy-sounding thing and they probably thought, "Oh this isn't going anywhere. " But it goes to show you that people will love music and they'll get over the sound quality of it.
They're picking up something else, the soul that's behind the recording.
So I never think of it that way because when I'm in the studio, of course, we're recording, even if we're doing digital recording. I know that me and the other guys in the room are listening to the best version of it ever.
I know it sounds funny, but let's say in the process of me writing a song I get inspired about something and I turn it into a reality in the studio.
After that, I kind of give it up to the audience, and if they like it I think they're the ones who truly understand what it is, more so than myself.
Once it gets on the internet, it'll be squished down to something that can be passed around, and it's kind of sad in a way.But you're right, our chance to redeem the whole thing is to go out and do it live in front of people and give them the three-sixty, one hundred percent performance where it sounds amazing, it looks amazing, and they can interact with us and we can interact with them. I think one of the most important things to remember is that your audience is in a very special place to inform you as to the true magic of your music.JS: Yeah, it's a funny thing that happens from time to time, there's a disconnect between the musician's experience making the music and then what the audience hears.It comes to mind that let's say back in the days of the first 78s that were manufactured, or even worse than that, those Edison cylinders.Mike Ragogna: Joe, the last time we spoke, we talked about your box set that was released through Sony and since then, you've released the album Shockwave Supernova. Joe Satriani: Yeah, and it's good to be back out on tour again. Even if it's fun to have a little vacation now and then, one of those things that's always on my mind is, "When am I going to get out and run around the boards again?