Online Drumming in a Hi-tech world

By siliconindia   |   Tuesday, 27 November 2007, 05:46 Hrs
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The hi-tech digital age and long distance communication and creativity continue to morph and adapt to new technology and the music world is no different! It too is scrambling to keep up.

There was once the tradition that recording musicians had to meet under one roof and a series of microphones to produce fine quality music. With the advent of high speed internet, ftp storage sites and mp3's, the ability to create in a 'long distance' fashion has truly revolutionized the way that music is made these days.

25 year professional session drummer Phil Robertson through his newly updated website has been recording tracks for the likes of major album projects, song parody producers, jingle and TV producers and singer songwriters for many years and sees it as the burgeoning 'value added' medium and means of delivery in this new digital age.

Speaking as a veteran online drummer and studio professional Robertson states:

"The beauty of it is that communication in these times is instantaneous pretty much anywhere in the world! A singer/songwriter or professional producer can send me a track from anywhere in the world via the internet and we can instantly communicate about musical direction, technical information and taste issues as if we were standing in the same room. In this sense the world has gotten not very small but tiny! A producer can 'proof', critique and adjust a performance long distance in the same way that he would if I were behind the glass in his studio."

It's all about delivering a service in a highly efficient manner as well as world class quality. And that little thing of saving you time and money, he added.

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