Studio Drumming Techniques and Applications

Course Number
PSPC-341
Description

This is a comprehensive course on studio drumming that allows students to learn and apply pertinent techniques in a studio recording environment. The course covers analysis of today’s top studio-recording drummers and producers (Vinnie Colaiuta, Brian Blade, Brice Wassy, Jeff Porcaro, Daniel Lanois, etc.), tuning and miking the drum set, usage of click tracks, performing to prerecorded tracks, drum set reading and interpretation, and auxiliary percussion parts, as well as a variety of grooves and styles, from generic and odd time signatures to electronic music. 

Credits
2
Prerequisites
ILPD-212
Required Of
None
Electable By
All percussion principals
Major Elective for
Performance
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring
Location
Boston
Department
PERC
Course Chair
Yoron Israel
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