AAJ: You get more and more involved in production.
EL: I take advantage of the studio work with other artists and as soon as I hear something interesting for my music I pluck it. Production is very important because it has a great influence on the final result. For a standard jazz recording, you put the mics on, the reverb... and let's go! But you don't add the color that way: if you have five different microphones, you will have five different sounds, production means finding the right combination. As far as the piano is concerned, I go on practicing a lot, but I am not in the same state of search as when I was twenty-five.
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