One of SSR's strongest assets is our amazingly talented team of tutors, all of whom are active in the industry and sharing their skills and knowledge with our students.
With this in mind we were delighted to hear that Amplifier's recent album Echo Street, which was recorded by SSR tutor Deni Pavlovic, was nominated for Best Album in the 2013 Progressive Music Awards. One of the album's tracks, Matmos was also nominated for Anthem Of The Year in the same awards.
The Progressive Music Awards are run by Prog Magazine and are "a representation of the top movers and shakers" within the progressive music scene. Prog Magazine picks out the nominations and the winners are voted for by their readers and website visitors.
Deni teaches on several SSR courses including Audio Engineering Techniques & Technology, BSc (Hons) Sound Engineering & Design and BSc (Hons) Studio & Live Music Production. In his time away from SSR tutoring duties, Deni runs his own Manchester recording studio The Loudhailer and works with a wide variety of artists and musicians.
Deni has collaborated with band Amplifier for a few years now, recording their 3rd album The Octopus at Chapel Studio and the nominated Echo Street album at The Loudhailer.
Following the public voting, the nominated album and song did not scoop the overall top prize in the awards, but the nominations are a great recognition of Deni's hard work and skills in producing the band's album.Further InformationAmplifier (band)The Loudhailer (studio)