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The Beat of Nature | Gerçek Dorman | TEDxYouth@BursaKoleji

vor 2 Jahren

Everything has a sound; planets, nature, human voices, objects, sounds that have always existed in human history from different forms from controlled and uncontrolled sounds. From the beginning of time till now, musicians have been creating music in order to understand themselves and to communicate with others.

Gerçek Dorman began playing drums in 1996 and studied rock, funk and jazz drumming with Prof. Rod Morgenstein, Prof Yoron Israel and Dr. Jim Payne at Berklee College of Music. Afterwards, he studied "Electronic Music Production and Sound Design” at Berklee College of Music. In 2003 he started working in the field of multi-percussion. In 2005 he became a professional drummer and percussion instructor. He attended the ATMM (Audio Technologies for Music and Media) conference team for the years of 2011 - 2012. He wrote the 3rd and most comprehensive Turkish drum book called "D52 Drum Method - Basic Drum Lessons in 52 Weeks" He has accompanied many local and international acts while performing in the USA, Switzerland and Spain. As a professional educator and musician, he continues to work as a sound designer and product manager for SynthMaster, SynthMaster iOS, SyntMaster One Synthesiser Softwares, and KV331 Audio Software Company.

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