The Beatles, Bowie, Jeff Beck, Pink Floyd, Elton John, Lou Reed… Ken Scott has engineered and produced some of my favourite records. On Thursday 30th November, we are proud to present an evening with Ken Scott at our Leeds store.
Ken Scott started as a tape-op in Abbey Road studios and, from there, went on to engineer, mix and produce some of music’s most iconic tracks, such as Back in the USSR, Rocket Man, Life on Mars and Walk on the Wild Side.
In association with Universal Audio, Ken will be in our Leeds store for an informal question and answer session that will take you all the way from getting hired by Abbey Road at 16 years old, through Trident Studios, to the present day, working with the A-Range EQ in UAD plugin form.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to win a Universal Audio Apollo Twin Duo – worth £799 – on the night, so they can put the sound of analogue in their own productions.
Space for this event is strictly limited, so please register for a free ticket below.
See you then!
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