Meet Govinda Doyle, an Australian Record Producer who is in high demand and leaves a sonic influence on the Australian music scene. Located near Coolangatta, Doyle’s studio is an instrument he ‘plays’ like a virtuoso, creating musical alchemy with a formula that produces results for his clientele. Noteworthy results, ARIA Award winning results. Govinda’s style cannot be ‘pigeon-holed’ to one genre or style of music. Rather, he strives to offer artists and bands unique, signature sounds which distance them from the cliché of genre.
Govinda has produced and mixed albums and singles that internationally have sold in excess of 500,000 copies. Doyle can also boast a personal ARIA award win for co-producing and recording ‘Big Jet Plane’ from the ARIA album of the year ‘Down The Way’ by Angus and Julia Stone. With a prestigious client list that includes Angus and Julia Stone, Pete Murray, Lajamanu Teenage Band, The Fumes and Dead Letter Circus to name a few, Doyle’s discography reflects a diverse repertoire. He is also a current NCEIA Dolphin Award nominee for Producer of the Year.
In early 2017 Govinda Doyle will be hosting an exclusive interactive recording training workshop in his personal recording studio.
This is a first for the Aria award winning producer, mixer, engineer and musician. Govinda will share his 24 years of experience encompassing his unique recording and producing techniques. Workshop participants will be given the opportunity to immerse themselves in every facet of the creative hands-on process of music production. Working alongside Govinda and a recording artist/band, participants will be involved in the entire process and gain insider knowledge on how and why creative directions and techniques are chosen to achieve the desired final result.
This workshop is not suitable for absolute beginners, rather intermediate to advanced students and is entirely suitable for those who are passionate about recording music and may already be working in the music recording industry and wish to gain a deeper knowledge of music production.
Registrations are now open and this exclusive workshop will take place over five consecutive days from Monday 16 January until Friday 20 January, 2017. Places are limited with only six participants to ensure expert and personalised tuition.
Early registration is encouraged to avoid disappointment.
For further information on topics covered in the workshop, pricing and how to book, please email Govinda directly firstname.lastname@example.org