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Rock's dinosaurs roar again


Amongst the casualties of the huge changes in the music industry are Britain's music studios.

Some of the biggest names have closed as songwriters and musicians have switched to working at home using new computer technology.

One group of veteran music producers have taken to the road to perform and teach the art of the producer.

They want to show the digital generation that if they want to make great records they need more than just a laptop and a good idea.

Arts correspondent David Sillito went to meet the producers.

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