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Martin Desai
Head of Audio
Manchester
Last Update: 11.11.14
Twisted Tubes Session
SSR Manchester - Martin Desai, Head of Audio

POSTED ON – 15.06.14

Welcome to my blog


Hi,

Welcome to my personal blog here on the SSR Website!

So, what will you see on here from me? My role at SSR Manchester is Head of Audio, which means I help to write and develop the audio courses we deliver here. I am also a certified Avid Pro Tools and Apple Logic instructor, and this blog will be all about sharing some recording and production hints and tricks, keeping you informed with what I am up to here at SSR as a tutor, my work outside of SSR as a professional sound engineer and other projects I am involved with.

Hopefully you will get an insight into the workings of SSR and our course content from a student’s point of view and get a taste of the opportunities and events that myself and my students are involved with.

Importantly, I will also be doing a series of short videos of recording and mixing techniques that you can watch and refer back to, and also some cool insider knowledge regarding editing and mixing in Pro Tools and Logic.

My passion lies with all things music and audio and I will aim to get that passion and love across in my blogs and videos, which will hopefully inspire you and provide a handy resource to help you get started in your own career.

Hope you all enjoy!

Martin

Martin Desai
Posts

POSTED ON – 11.11.14

Twisted Tubes Session

POSTED ON – 20.10.14

Recording Tracks For Record Store Day

POSTED ON – 21.07.14

Introduction to Elastic Audio in Pro Tools

POSTED ON – 09.07.14

Martin Brew Supporting DJ Format

POSTED ON – 30.06.14

Working with Identify Beat in Pro Tools

POSTED ON – 23.06.14

String Session - part three

POSTED ON – 19.06.14

String Session - part two

POSTED ON – 18.06.14

String Session

POSTED ON – 15.06.14

Welcome to my blog

Biography
Martin Desai is SSR's Head of Audio, an outstanding teacher and one of Manchester's most respected sound engineers. Martin's career began with Pleasure Records as a programmer before he moved on to become a freelance engineer working with some of Manchester's leading bands such as New Order.

In 1998 Martin set up his own studio, Codebreaker. Working from his own studio he soon became involved with production work and had the opportunity to engineer and mix for bands such as Elbow, Doves, Mr Scruff and Badly Drawn Boy.

He has also released his own album under the name of J-Walk on East West Records and has remixed artists such as The Sugababes, Nitin Sawhney, Kings of Convenience and Ian Brown.

Today Martin continues to be industry active and is currently signed with BMG Publishing. He is one of our leading Pro Tools instructors and an inspirational tutor.