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Peter Gregory

Primary Instrument: Drums

Peter Gregory

Peter is an accomplished professional with nearly four decades’ experience holding down the beat in jazz, rock, R&B and fusion bands. His impeccable timing and feel have earned him accolades in the studio and on the stage.

Having studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Peter has the academic chops to back up his innate sense of rhythm and passion for performance. Peter is well-versed in all contemporary and traditional styles of music, and is as comfortable in quiet trio settings as he is driving a big band.

Peter also enjoys helping others learn to play the drums, and have been a successful instructor teaching students of all ages for 25 years. His instructional studio, The Gregory Tech Drum Center, is a state-of-the-art facility that features professional drum sets and the latest recording, sound, and video technology. Cameras surround both the instructor’s drum set and the student’s, and large video monitors can be split to feature side-by-side comparisons of student and teacher hand and foot techniques. Students can also play along with their favorite mp3s, videos on YouTube.com, or instructional DVDs for the richest, most rewarding drum instruction experience available today....
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The Gregory Tech Drum Center features the following equipment: The “Student” Kit: Yamaha Recording Custom drums: 22x16 kick drum; 10x8 tom; 12x8 tom; 15x13 suspended tom Also available: 14x12 and 16x14 suspended toms Ludwig Supraphonic 5x14 snare drum A & K Zildjian cymbals DW5000 double kick pedal DW9000 hi-hat stand Audix microphones: D6 kick mic; i5 snare mic; two D2 tom mics; D4 floor tom mic; two Rode NT5’s for cymbals and hi-hat Teacher’s Kit: Yamaha Maple Custom Absolute drums: 20x16 or 22x18 kick drum; 10x8 tom; 12x8 tom; 14x14 & 16x16 floor toms Brady 4½ x14 snare drum K Zildjian and Sabian cymbals DW9000 double kick pedal DW9000 hi-hat stand Audix microphones: D6 kick mic; i5 snare mic; two D2 tom mics; D4 floor tom mic; two Rode NT5’s for cymbals and hi-hat Recording Kit: Yamaha PHX drums: 22x18 kick drum; 10x7 tom; 12x8 tom; 14x13 & 16x15 floor toms Yamaha Brass 5½ x14 snare drum K Zildjian and Sabian cymbals DW9000 double kick pedal DW9000 hi-hat stand Microphones: AKG D112 kick mic; Shure Beta 57A snare mic; four Beta 98 D/S’s tom mics; two Rode NT5’s for cymbals and Byer-Dynamic M422N(C) for hi-hat Sound Equipment: Yamaha MG32/14FX Mixing Console JBL EON 15" 2-way speakers JBL 18" subwoofer Byder-Dynamic DT 770 PRO/80 headphones DrumKat; h.at.Kat.; PoleKat (midi controllers) Roland R-8 Human Rhythm Composer (drum machine) Roland R-8M A/V System: Six Geo Vision bullet cameras: One overhead camera and one kick drum camera at student’s kit One overhead camera and one kick drum camera at teacher’s kit Two cameras on tripods Three flat screen Samsung 40" color monitors Canopus ADVC 110Video input adapter MacBook Pro laptop computer Mac mini w/dedicated webcam Sony DVD player: DVP-NS50P/S

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