The brain is what you are, not the body you view in the mirror. That’s just a face or a hand or a belly button but the brain is where you are seated calling yourself you, it’s the brain, more specifically the front part behind your forehead. There you are, immobile cauliflower inside the skull playing the ultimate game of virtual reality. When you start recording you learn to understand each isolated track and what’s really going on. A bunch of parts, that is the song, that is what is going on, the appearance of being something.