When iPods Take the Stage

March 2006
Mix;Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p82
The article reports that rock band "Midstates" hires an Apple iPod as the group's sixth member on tour with Wheatus. Due to conflicting schedules, lead vocals Paul Heintz records the other members' parts with the iPod and videotaped drummer Angel Ledezma. Using a digital video camera, the band put together a video of Ledezma playing drums in time with the rest of the band.


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