That's from LCD Soundsystem's farewell show?
Itís just the full Madison Square Garden concert. I mixed it significantly differently than the film
[Shut Up and Play the Hits], because the film is mixed for your eye and the record is mixed for your ears. The film is mixed digitally, because you have to watch it in a theater and make little adjustments all through for a four-hour film, whereas the record is just mixed analog to tape, the way I normally do. But it took forever, because Iím not really on a label anymore. We had to do artwork, and I was away, and I had to get clearances for everything. It was a real comedy of errors. I finished mixing it over a year ago, so Iíve been like [whistles].
How did it feel to look back on that night from a little bit of a remove?
It was weird. It was like the concert happened, and then I spent the next year and a half fucking with it. I was like, ďIím done! Ah, shit. I gotta go deal with the fucking movie.Ē I had to do Shut Up and Play the Hits, and dealing with the live footage, and mixing all the sound for the live footage, and then I had to do the whole four-hour concert and edit all that footage and mix everything. It was great, but also, like, shitting hell. It really just refused to die. I guess somebody else would just have someone else deal with the movie, but Iím an idiot and wanted to mix all that audio. I thought it was going to come out in March, but now I donít think itís going to make it for this year. Itís probably going to be beginning of next year. Itís infuriating.