Saul Chabot: Hell yeah, That’s the reason I do it. That’s the reason I became a sound tech. I want to be the best absolute musician I can. One day, I want to be on that level where I am playing with other session musicians. A huge way to do that is to observe. As a drummer I have improved ridiculously without even practicing that much, just observing musicians. It’s almost more so now, I loved the live sound that was great. Now what happens, we do an event – we kind of black out, we go into work mode. Then we get to go home afterwards and get to review, we get to sit there and watch it again. You get to reflect on their performance and your performance. We get time to think about it.
Colin Klassen: Yeah, 100%. The more time you spend around creative people, the more creative you get. You introduce new ideas without noticing it. I wouldn’t be a quarter of a musician that I am now if it wasn’t for this. Before this I did auto body for six years, I saw the same 12 people everyday – I didn’t go to shows, I wasn’t involved in that community at all, and I played a little guitar at home. Once I made that switch, now that’s all I do. It was weird last summer working 70 to 90 hours a week for 5 weeks straight, and the time that I found myself at home I had a guitar in my lap.