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Tui Music Series: Music Producers - Andrew Scheps & Mark Rankin

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The Pit, Block 12 Te Ara Hihiko

Entrance E (Tasman St) or C (Wallace Street)

Massey University

Wellington, Wellington 6021

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Two incredible producers with 5 Grammy's between them!

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Andrew Scheps has an impressive career working with a varied range of artists, including; Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Beyonce, Hozier, Green Day, Lana Del Rey, Justin Timberlake, U2 and Jay-Z. He received Grammy Awards® for his work on Red Hot Chili Peppers' Stadium Arcadium, Adele's 21, and Ziggy Marley's Fly Rasta

Mark Rankin is a British recording engineer, mixer and producer. He’s a regular collaborator of producers Paul Epworth, Mark Ronson, Rich Costey and Josh Homme. His credits include critically acclaimed albums by Adele, Queens of the Stone Age, Foster the People, Florence and the Machine, Iggy Pop and Bloc Party. He received two Grammy Awards for Adele’s 21 and a nomination for his engineering and mix work Queens of the Stone Age’s …..Like Clockwork.

Andrew & Mark will by led in a moderated Q&A by Greg Haver. Greg is an award-winning producer with a background in engineering, programming and drumming. He built his impressive reputation with artists including the Manic Street Preachers, Melanie C, INME, Opshop, John Cale, Catatonia, Super Furry Animals, The Chills and Bullet For My Valentine. He’s renowned for his diverse production skills and innovative arrangements.

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The Music Producers' Series is part of the Recorded Music NZ Tui Music Series 2019. The Series supports the Artisan Awards creative fields of music production, design and film making. Go to nzmusicawards.co.nz/tui-music-series for more information.

Presented in association with Massey University College of Creative Arts.

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Entrance E (Tasman St) or C (Wallace Street)

Massey University

Wellington, Wellington 6021

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