POSTED ON – 15.09.11

SSR London - Reverb Music A7R deliveres guest lecture at SSR London
Reverb Music A7R deliveres guest lecture at SSR London
SSR was delighted to welcome industry guru Rob Adamson to our studios in Camden.

Head of A&R at Reverb Music, Rob came to visit SSR and meet our students for a special guest lecture. He emphasised the importance of the professional demo and the role of the sound engineer and music producer, an inspiring message for SSR students.

Based in London, Reverb Music is a highly successful independent record publishing and artist management company. Now with an international profile as well, They have more than 12,500 copyrights and have enjoyed a regular market share since 2000, with frequent appearances in the Top Ten UK Publishers. Reverb have received several BMI Award and also Grammy and Ivor Novello nominations, with their catalogue licensed extensively on films, TV, adverts and multimedia throughout the world.

Reverb have songwriters and catalogues whose works cover a whole range of genres from mainstream pop, r&b, indie, rock, dance and electronica through to chillout and classical crossover to jazz and 70’s disco. The catalogue has been recorded by artists as diverse as Rihanna, Jessie J, Black Eyed Peas, Ellie Goulding, Paloma Faith, Razorlight, Paolo Nutini, Pussycat Dolls, Fionn Regan, Turin Brakes and Justin Timberlake.

SSR Student Sophie:
“It was great to meet Rob and to hear his words of wisdom about making it in the business. His advice on sampling was particularly informative along with his suggestions on how to launch a new act onto the market."

SSR London Head of Audio Jonathan Espinosa:
“SSR delivers the best professional training in the capital, and with these industry connections and opportunities, SSR students can look forward to being snapped up by the leading companies in the region.”

We are very much looking forward to developing our creative relationship with Rob and Reverb Music, including the possibility of some exciting work experience opportunities for our students.