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Cuban punk rock bands get pro recording from Vancouver audio engineer

Guitar strings, cymbals, drum skins and modern recording equipment are hard to come by, not to mention unaffordable, for the average Cuban. Vancouver audio engineer Jesse Gander recently packed up some of his gear and traveled to Cuba to record two underground bands there. But don't expect any salsa, or rumba to be coming out of these sessions.

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