February 6 and 8, 2020

IF YOU'VE EVER SAID ANY OF THESE, THIS CLINIC IS FOR YOU!

  • One drummer hits too hard, one too soft
  • Our drums sound terrible, dead, too loud, or like they are not part of the mix
  • Our sound people don't know what to do with the drums
  • The drums drown out the vocals
  • If we balance the sound with the drums, everything is too loud.
  • Our drummer has been begging to lose the electronic drums in favor for "real" drums. How can we do that and can our room handle it?
  • We have 3 different drummers - jazz, rock, heavy metal - and every Sunday the drums are different in the mix.
  • Nobody claps
  • People walk out because it's too loud
  • I don't like the way the tech mixes my drums
  • We can't agree on how loud the mix should be
  • I am afraid of drums
  • Even if you don't mic your drums, you'll benefit because you'll learn how to have the best approach to playing - this will apply in any environment.

The clinic is a deep dive into the relationship between drums and sound and how we can maximize their effectiveness in the context of contemporary worship.


We will look specifically at fixing problems:

  • At the source through drum and cymbal selection, drum heads and tuning and dampening, sticks, brushes and beyond
  • Room Acoustics
  • Microphone selection and positioning
  • Processing and soundboard approach


DATES

February 6, 2020 (7-9p)

February 8, 2020 (9-11a)


LOCATION

Mission Church (formerly Harvest Bible Chapel Lancaster)

651 Lampeter Rd, Lancaster, PA 17602


COST

$39 in advance and $49 at the door

Or Bring Your Whole Team for only $150! ($175 at the door)


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Drummers, Sound Techs, Worship Leaders, Pastors

(if a drummer and sound tech bring their senior pastor, the pastor's entrance is FREE!)


CLINICIANS

The audio teacher is Ad Lib Audio Coach Tony Guyer. Not only is Tony great at what he does as an engineer, but his love of music is infectious and his commitment to unity from the front to the back shifts cultures.

The drum teacher is Gabriel Staznik. Gabe is an active freelance percussionist, educator and arranger residing in the Washington, D.C. area. He is currently the drummer in Max Impact, the premier rock band of the United States Air Force. Gabe was the house drummer/percussionist in over 1,300 performances at the American Music Theatre in Lancaster, PA. and has performed and recorded with Grammy, Emmy, and Tony award-winning artists. 


SPONSORS
Ad Lib Music
The Worship Link
Mission Church
Remo
Heartbeat Percussion
Vic Firth
sE Electronics
Cympad

RTOM

Tone Tailors

Tour Supply



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