How was Random Access Memories recorded?
“Random Access Memories” is full of the fat, saturated sound of analogue tape and processing – but it’s not true to say this is an analogue album – again it’s not that simple. Everything was recorded simultaneously to both digital and analogue tape, which was then digitised afterwards.
Did Daft Punk perform Random Access Memories?
It is Daft Punk’s only album released through Columbia Records. Random Access Memories became Daft Punk’s first and only album to top the US Billboard 200, and has since been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)….
|Random Access Memories
|17 May 2013
Does Random Access Memories use samples?
Though Random Access Memories will still use synths, vocoders, one sample, and (on two tracks) drum machines, Daft Punk focused on using live instruments this time. “We wanted to do what we used to do with machines and samplers,” Bangalter is quoted as saying, “but with people.”
How much did Random Access Memories cost to make?
$1,000,000: In an interview with Rolling Stone, Thomas Bangalter revealed that Random Access Memories cost over one million dollars to produce.
How many albums did Random Access Memories sell?
With 339,000 sold, “Random Access Memories” also starts with a more robust sales figure than expected.
What genre is Random Access Memories?
Electronic dance music
Random Access Memories/Genres
Did Random Access Memories win any awards?
Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic AlbumGrammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-ClassicalBillboard Music Award for Top Dance/Electronic Album
Random Access Memories/Awards
How many awards did Random Access Memories win?
The duo won four awards that night, including record of the year for their bombshell hit “Get Lucky,” featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. “Random Access Memories” was regarded as a genre-bending album highlighted by its mix of live instrumentation, disco sounds, funk, rock, R&B and more.