Finally got the PDF downloaded. As AWA indicated, it's a pretty typical "Lee Abrams on TTRH" type interview, no earth-shattering revelations, which I'm sure is just how Dylan's camp wants it.
It's pretty much the party line, spinning Dylan's direct involvement - or lack thereof - with the show; avoiding any direct mention of voice tracking, although that what Lee's talking about when he says that "parts were being delivered and [we] added the music," not mentioning that the Abernathy was a floating production location that included the XM Studios at Lincoln Center and a Brooklyn basement. Not mentioning that Randy Ezratty was a key figure in the genesis of the show. And so on. I doubt that the TTRH team will be very happy with even the hint that Mr. D. and Eddie G. collaborated on the playlists, as playlist origin seemed to be something of a sore point with them.
Probably the most accurate line in the interview is Abrams noting that, "...they're [Gorodetsky, Rosen, et al) pretty good in maintaining the mystery and we didn't want to interrupt that, that was part of the magic." Two words I could live without ever hearing again in relation to TTRH, "mystery" and "magic." The third is "mystique," which I think Abrams also uses somewhere in the interview. If I sound a little bitter, forgive me. I had those three words thrown at me too many times over the past year.
It's the magician's choice whether to reveal how the trick was done, but it's a little annoying to pretend to reveal the trick, when you're actually determined to keep your audience in the dark. But, as I said, it's the magician's choice. And fwiw, the illusion is the important thing.