Eddie Kramer meets ACM Students at New Metropolis Masterclass - ACM
01 Nov 2013

Eddie Kramer meets ACM Students at New Metropolis Masterclass

ACM was pleased to to kick-off the first instalment of the ACM @ Metropolis Masterclasses featuring internationally renowned audio engineer and producer Eddie Kramer. This EXCLUSIVE masterclass session continues the recent ACM and Metropolis Partnership and will follow on with ACM Masterclasses from Timbaland and Busta Rhymes.

The masterclass session with Eddie Kramer took place at Metropolis Studios in West London and allowed ACM students to meet Eddie, ask questions and learn from one of the biggest names in the music recording industry. Eddie will also guide our students through an EXCLUSIVE selection of multi tracks from his stellar back catalogue, which will be revealed on the day.

About Eddie Kramer
Synonymous within the music industry for his attention to detail and production techniques, Eddie Kramer has been the go to producer and engineer for the biggest recording artists and bands from across the decades including Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, John Mayall, The Rolling Stones, Peter Frampton, Joe Cocker, Curtis Mayfield, Santana, David Bowie, Derek and the Dominos and many others.

Kramer has worked in many of the worlds leading studio and live recording sessions including Olympic Sound Studios, Record Plant in NYC, Woodstock festival in August of ’69 and the Electric Lady Studios working across both analogue and digital production formats.

“As a producer/engineer, I’m part arranger, songwriter,lyrics consultant, teacher, disciplinarian and psychiatrist. But my main function is to interpret the artist’s vision, and give them the sonic palette to help realize their dreams. If I can make that happen, then I have done my job.”
Eddie Kramer

For more information about Eddie Kramer visit his official website or read up on more of his production and engineering credit on Wikipedia. You can also follow Eddie Kramer on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.

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