Legendary music producer Butch Vig: “I learned how to make records very guerrilla style”

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Dave Grohl, left, producer Butch Vig and engineer James Brown travel the country to make a new Foo Fighters album in Grohl's HBO series, "Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways." (Kevin Mazur / HBO)

Legendary music producer Butch Vig joins Justin to talk about the new documentary film, “The Smart Studios Story.” Butch reflects on the early days of the Madison, Wisconsin studio, the D.I.Y. aesthetic that drove him, his recording style, how his life changed after producing hit records by Smashing Pumpkins and Nirvana, evolving with technology and his upcoming record with Garbage.

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