creativeLIVE (www.creativelive.com), the world’s largest live online education network, just announced that they have re-signed veteran music producer Eyal Levi to teach his second course on drumming – Advanced Drum Production, streaming live on January 16-18, 2014. This will be a 3-day follow-up course to Eyal’s EZDrummer course that took place last September.
Levi, the producer and engineer behind bands such as The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin and August Burns Red, says, “This is stuff that you can’t learn in any school. This is the real deal– the stuff we do every day at Audiohammer.” Drawing from more than a decade of success in the industry, Levi’s course will cover a comprehensive set of topics from setting up and micing real drums, virtual drums with Superior Drummer and post-production secrets like editing and sample layering. With a day dedicated to real drums, virtual drums and mixing respectively, Eyal’s course will prove to be the most comprehensive audio course taught on creativeLIVE to date.
creativeLIVE’s classes are free to watch during the live broadcast. Additionally, anyone with an Internet connection can ask Eyal questions via creativeLIVE’s chatroom and social media channels. Eyal’s course, which clocks in at over 18 total learning hours, is also available to purchase for anytime access for $149.
Check out a promo video for the course here: http://youtu.be/uEpWV-DHgSo.
For full details and to RSVP for the live event, please visit the course page
About creativeLIVE’s Audio Channel
Founded in 2010, creativeLIVE is transforming online learning by providing free, live access behind previously-closed doors. Venturing into music education makes sense for a company whose CEO, Mika Salmi, is responsible for discovering and signing Nine Inch Nails. Of the mid-2013 audio channel launch, Salmi said, “Music is close to my heart and we have been chomping at the bit to launch an audio channel on creativeLIVE. Just like in photography and our other channels, we will be bringing world class experts to teach real actionable skills.”