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The following sentence makes no real sense (in my opinion), but I don't really know how to fix it.
As her work gained maturity, Schaeffer and Henry considered her use of microphone feedback and long tape loops was moving away from their ideals, but her singular practice was still related to their methods.
I've changed this in order to clarify it - please, if you dislike my edit, change it back.
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