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Video: Second 'Road to Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam'

February 15, 2010 (7:34 am) GMT
This time, the Mouse House is teasing on the songs which the cast have recorded in the studio before they get to act in front of the camera.

Disney Channel gives another early look at the sequel of "" with "Road to ". Aired during Disney Channel Original Movie "Starstruck" premiere on Sunday, February 14, the second featurette of the TV movie is focused on the studio sessions.

Before the cast like , and get to work in front of the camera, they have to first record their voices for the singing scenes. "The recording process is really fun. You need to go to the studio and sing a lot of really great songs and have fun," Demi said. "You get really excited for singing a song and wondering what it's gonna sound like when everybody's voice are on it."

"The recording process is four steps," Stoner explained further. "You get the song, you practice, you show up at the recording studio and you rock it out. I have to say, rocking it out is probably my favorite part."

Still following Mitchie Torres, Shane Gray and the Lucas Brothers, the sequel sheds a light into another musical camp called Camp Star. Together they have to figure out how to keep Camp Rock alive when the students and instructors prefer to go there.

"Camp Rock 2" should have been premiered in summer this year.



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