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DRUMS - Master Class with Andy Lovegrove


DRUMS - Master Class with Andy Lovegrove



DRUMS
A Studio Link Master Class with Andy Lovegrove (Award-winning Artist and Producer ), Djeisan Suskov (Producer and Engineer)and Jasper De Roos (Top Session Drummer and Tutor)
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Join Andy, Djeisan and Jasper as they delve into the world of Drums. Learn from NZ's top Producers, pick up tips and tricks about Drum Set Up, Microphones, troubleshooting and the engineer/drummer interaction in the Studio environment.

Andy is a wealth of knowledge, sharing his experience around the world as a Producer and with the award-winning groups Breaks Co-opand SuperGrass. Djeisan has years of drum tracking experience with everyone from Glass Owls, Katchafire to Ladi6. Jasper is an amazing session drummer for the likes of Kitaro, Concord Dawn, Meterman and hes also an expert drum tutor. Stellar line up!
19th August, 7- 9pm, BackBeat Bar (Above Rockshop) on KRoad
$10 Students / SL Members / $20 for Public w/ Goody Bag and Famous Vodka Drink

Register now at www.studiolink.co.nz.
www.facebook.com/studiolinknz // www.studiolink.co.nz

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