New York, NY (November 3, 2016)—Producer/engineer Brian Hardgroove of Public Enemy will host a special free Master Class, ‘Being Creatively Unafraid During the Recording Process’, at Sennheiser’s New York City Pop Up store in SoHo on Monday, November 7, at 4 PM.
The event will focus on ‘unleashing creativity through freeform capture, creative prompts and finding inspiration in the every day.’ Attendees of the Master Class event will also have the opportunity to be selected to see Hardgroove and Paul Jacobs, Emmy award-winning Musical Director, record at iconic Manhattan Studios on 11/9.
Hardgroove is currently writing and producing a concept album for Audio Rhythm Theory (A.R.T.), which features Police drummer Stewart Copeland and Hardgroove. He is also writing and producing an upcoming solo album with The B52’s Fred Schneider.