I brought the Little Big Muff along to record with and we liked it so much we used it for most of the songs. I didn't make too many mistakes while recording so I didn't have to repeat myself too often. I was focused and we worked methodically through the songs, especially after Koya and I found the best way to communicate what we wanted from each other. After that we fell into a rhythm and worked efficiently.
Three hours into the session I began to feel like a zombie and had to go for a walk - coffee and fresh air were calling me. Malte took the chance to ask Koya to help him make minor corrections on his drum recording - like adding a crash of cymbals at the end of a song - things only the drummer notices.
When I got back we had two songs left to record which we did with effortless ease. We were done by 5:30pm, which meant Malte and I still had time to go round the corner to La Lune for a pint of Hoegarden. We were pleased with how the day went so it was a small celebration too.