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Cory hasn't written off deejaying altogether, though. He may be talked into doing sporadic, one-off, guest spots with his friends, he says. Or, if the right opportunity presented itself, he might be persuaded to come out of retirement.
"I'm convinced that there are ways that I could make it safe for myself to listen at a low volume," he explains. "If I had a certain kind of mixer, if I had a certain type of headphones that I used all the time and just didn't have any monitors, I'd probably be fine. But at this point, I don't have the financial stability to do that. Nor is there any real reason for me to do it in Denver. You know, if I were able to travel around -- if someone was like, ŒYou can travel around and DJ and do what you want' -- I'd do it tomorrow."
Doh!: In our profile of the Photo Atlaslast week, we attributed the production of the act's full-length, No, Not Me, Never, to Andrew Vastola from Colorado Sound. Vastola was indeed the producer, but he's at Rocky Mountain Recorders, and tracking of the disc was overseen by Bryan Feuchtinger (Hot IQs) at Uneven Studios. Our apologies for the error.
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