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Technology helps Shinedown take ‘orchestra’ on road

The members of Shinedown will perform tracks from their latest album, “Amaryllis,” at the Glens Falls Civic Center on Saturday. (John Stephens)
The members of Shinedown will perform tracks from their latest album, “Amaryllis,” at the Glens Falls Civic Center on Saturday. (John Stephens)
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The members of Shinedown want their fans to get the full experience of their latest album, “Amaryllis,” in their live show. When nearly half the tracks on the album include a full orchestra, this can be a challenge. But the band isn’t afraid to use a little technological trickery to accomplish this. “It’s the magic of computers, honestly,” drummer Barry Kerch said recently from Battle Creek, Mich., a stop on the band’s co-headlining tour with ...


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