I spend a lot of time talking to young and emerging producers on Twitter, feeding back thoughts and encouraging them.
It doesn't matter if they're famous or not - I just want to meet other creative people who can maybe bring something different to the studio than what I have. I think that's the most important thing for me.
There's nothing more frustrating than when you hear a track and you can never find out what it is.
Napster is great so long as they put out tracks on there that have been officially released. I don't really mind people downloading my music; I also see it as a compliment. And if you are a real music lover, you want to have the original CD anyway 'cause then you feel more connected to the artist.