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From Hendrix to Dido – 4 decades of recording techniques from one of the U.K.’s finest Sound Engineers.
ACM is pleased to announce that Sound Engineer Phill Brown will be visiting Guildford to deliver TWO Audio Production Masterclasses on Wednesday 30th January.
The masterclasses will both take place in ACM’s state-of-the-art SSL studio, with the first at 2-4pm followed by a second at 4-6pm. Phill will be sharing some of his industry experiences as well as offering insight into sound and production techniques he’s learnt throughout his career.
Phill Brown’s music industry career started in 1967 at Olympic Studios, where as an assistant to Keith Grant, Glynn Johns, Terry Brown and Eddie Kramer, he worked with artists such as Alan Brown, Anita Harris, Arthur Brown, Bonzo Dog Doo Da Band, Dusty Springfield, Freedom, Harry Secombe, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Leonard Cohen, Procul Harem, The Rolling Stones, The Small Faces, Spooky Tooth, Steve Miller, T.Rex, The Nice, The Peddlars, The Move, Tony Blackburn, Traffic and The Troggs.
Phill has continued to work alongside some music’s great artists and bands during his time at both Island Studios working with the likes of David Bowie, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck, Ringo Starr, The Kinks and The Hollies, before moving into freelance sound engineering. More recently, Phill has been involved with engineering projects for Marti Pellow, Dido, Zero 7, The Bombay Bicycle Club, Jake Morley and Robert Plant.
Tickets for Phill Brown’s Audio Production masterclasses are strictly limited and available from Student Relations.
For more information about Phill Brown visit his website and his full career/artist highlights.