Hi and thanks for checking out this ad. Chris DeRosa is a Pro NYC drummer who can create and record drum parts for your Song, Jingle, or Score at CDR Studios here in NYC and then ftp them back to you (or go to any studio anywhere that you would prefer). About CDR Studios, it is a state of the art drum tracking studio designed by Chris Harmaty & Chris DeRosa, custom built by Harmaty's company Audio Structures (the folks that built Alicia Keys studio "Jungle City" and NYC’s "Sorcerer Sound" among others).
To get started all that is needed is an in tempo mp3 reference of your song along with any specific details, ideas, or examples you may have for Chris to reference so he can create your custom drum track. All of the recorded files (stems) Chris sends you will be compatible with any software program you currently use or prefer.
To see/hear Chris's work go to:
Chris has worked with many Producers: Stuart Epps (Led Zeppelin & Elton John), J. Chris Griffin (Madonna, Kanye West, John Legend, Missy Elliott & Janet Jackson), Jon Brion (Fiona Apple, Aimee Mann & Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) Giancarlo Vulcano (30 Rock), "General" George Fullan (The Rolling Stones, Cyndi Lauper, Twisted Sister, Dream Theater & Cheap Trick), Jose "Cheo" Pardo (Los Amigos Invisibles), Roger Fife (Tricky), Steve Eigner (Nelly), Daniel Rey (White Zombie & The Ramones), Kramer (Urge Overkill, Ween, Butthole Surfers & Daniel Johnston) among many many others.
Whether it's a 3 minute pop tune, a 30 second jingle, or an entire album side with complicated time changes Chris can do the job for you. Being very easy to work with, Chris can offer your music a "sound and style" to take it to the next level. Chris offers reasonable single and multiple song tracking rates (available upon request) so please email chris (at) chrisderosa (dot) com for more info.
Ps, Chris is also available for any other specific drumming needs you may have such as writing sessions, live shows, tours, rehearsals, and video shoots etc.
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