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'The Producer', Master Class

'The Producer', Master Class.
Guest Speakers: Kevin Mark Trail (UK), Chris Chetland and Djeisan Suskov.
Thursday 27th March, 6:30 - 10pm, BackBeat Bar, 100 KRoad, Auckland.
Thanks to Recorded Music, The RockShop and Famous Vodka.

Kevin Mark Trail is an international Producer/Singer Songwriter who performed with Platinum selling U.K. act ‘The Streets’ for a decade and written with some of UK's best artists such as Sharlene Hector (Basement Jaxx) and NZ’s Pieter T. Chris Chetland is a Producer/Engineer (Kog) who has worked on award winning NZ albums and with artists such as Shapeshifter, Kids of 88, Jakob and Scribe. Djeisan Suskov is an acclaimed Producer, Singer Songwriter (Cool Rainbows) and Engineer (Revolver), working with artists such as Lisa Crawley, Ladi6, Kids of 88 and his own projects.

In this Master Class, we are going to discuss the often-misunderstood realm of 'The Producer'. This is not your regular workshop or school assembly style where we talk, you listen. This will be interactive, musical, fun and include an element of Gear Geekiness with some down to earth networking.

Album Producer: Learn Tips and Tricks, Advice, Practical Tools, how to Value your work, Ethics, Integrity, Resources and Schedules.

Music Producing: Creative Input, Beat Writing, Writing with an artist, Producer & Engineer Relationship, dealing with External Factors such as Labels and Managers. Then important Gear geek out session, basic set ups, questions and discussions.

$10 for StudioLink members and Students (with I.D.) / $20 for Public
Free Famous Vodka drink on entry (18+) and everyone gets a goodie bag!

Please email - event@studiolink.co.nz - to register for the Master Class.
You will receive a reply email with payment details and registration confirmation.

If you are wanting to become a StudioLink Member ($50 per year) and take advantage of exclusive discounts and offers from our Sponsors (The RockShop, Oceania Gear, Protel, Kog Studio, Integrity PR and more) please email - huia@studiolink.co.nz - and you’ll receive a reply email with payment details about registering and what we need from you (name/number/email).

For more info and profiles on the Guest speakers, check out the Facebook Page www.facebook.com/studiolinknz / Website - www.studiolink.co.nz

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