The band members, producer and video director all used Macs to edit video, audio and digitally modify sounds. Nigel Godrich, Radiohead's producer, said: "We used a multitude of Macs for audio editing, manipulation and sequencing on pretty much all the tracks on Kid A and Amnesiac."
He continued: "We have a Power Mac at the Radiohead studio, and I have a desktop Power Mac that I take around with me as well."
His dislike for PCs is pronounced, he added: "And I hate PCs - they are over complicated and unfriendly. While Macs are people-friendly and intuitive. It’s no coincidence that most creative people use Macs for sound and pictures of all kinds, and every two-bit office has a 286 PC."
Chris Bran, Radiohead's video director, is also a Mac enthusiast. He said of his experiences with the computer: "I have only ever used Macs for video editing. There is no competition. And using the PowerBook as a portable movie-editing station is excellent, it’s all I need to make videos or animations."