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Check out the lush, lofty sounds of The Digital Age.  Former members of the David Crowder Band reformed after David parted ways and called the new band The Digital Age. Their new album, called “Rehearsals” was tracked live through a StudioLive 24.4.2 which handled not only recording, but also controlled in-ear monitoring mixes for each of the band members.  The song sounds great, the video looks great.

Check out the lush, lofty sounds of The Digital Age. Former members of the David Crowder Band reformed after David parted ways and called the new band The Digital Age. Their new album, called “Rehearsals” was tracked live through a StudioLive 24.4.2 which handled not only recording, but also controlled in-ear monitoring mixes for each of the band members. The song sounds great, the video looks great.

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Black Sands - Bonobo

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Jacaszek — ‘Kingdom (Les Chênes, Les Bouleaux)’ | Songs We Love 2014

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The Cover Art of ECM Record

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Jim Bengston cover: A Biography of the Rev. Absalom Dawe, John Surman

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