In this [interview](http://guitarinternational.com/2010/08/20/curve-dean-garc... more
In this interview with Guitar International, Dean says "I have a MiniMoog which is quite old. I send guitars through it and process the sounds with the oscillation of the Moog, using the guitar as a trigger. There’s also this sound on Cuckoo (the band’s most recent album) that has this swooping guitar made from two slide guitars and two voices that went into this funny whammy pedal, which sounds like we’re kind of singing with the guitars.”
In [this interview](http://glasswerk.co.uk/magazine/article/2821/Interview+wi... more
In this interview Dean says that he used a Roland Juno-106 Synthesizer while writing a track for Curve.
In this [blog post](http://whenthesunhitsblog.blogspot.com/2010/09/interview-... more
In this blog post from When The Sun Hits, Dean is asked what the most important piece of gear he uses is, to which he replies "I use Abelton and Reason and a box of pedals that I have had for years."
In [this interview](http://bigtakeover.com/interviews/a-chat-with-dean-garcia... more
In this interview, Dean says, "I do engineer, record, and produce a lot of what you hear, but it all depends on where the source sound/s are coming from. This could be from a drone that I’ve been sent via a collaborator, or something that I’ve made myself via the various sound apps I use like Reason, Ableton, old analog synths, pedal sample noise, old cassette tapes, or the world unto its own Mini Moog that I’ve used for many years."
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