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Alfred  Music Publishing recently signed legendary record producer Ken Scott to  its lineup of music publication authors. The Grammy-nominated producer  will be authoring two new titles for Alfred’s pro audio catalog,  including From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust and EpiK DrumS EDU.

Ken Scott is a most known for his work with acts such as The Beatles,  David Bowie, Elton John, Supertramp, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck, Mahavishnu  Orchestra, Billy Cobham, Duran Duran, Devo, America, and George  Harrison. Having made his start in the 60’s working as a tape operator  at Abbey Road Studios, he went on to engineer and produce some of the  most acclaimed albums of the 20th Century. He has recorded such timeless  songs as “I Am The Walrus,” “Rocket Man,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “Dreamer,”  “Walk On The Wild Side,” and many others.

Throughout his career, Ken has been honored with countless gold and  platinum awards from around the world, as well as two Grammy  nominations, a Clio award, and election to the Sound Fellowship from the  Association of Professional Recording Services.

“What’s remarkable about Ken is that he can help any artist create a  unique sound that helps them stand out from the crowd, allowing them to  reach their greatest potential on an album,” said Link Harnsberger,  Alfred’s M.I. Editor-in-Chief. “By joining the Alfred author team, his  talent and expertise will inspire countless engineers and producers to  do the same.”

Ken’s first product with Alfred, EpiK DrumS EDU, is the  educational DVD component to EpiK DrumS, the legendary virtual  instrument/plug-in for drum kits and grooves that he created with Sonic  Reality. The DVD will be available in summer 2011.

From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust and EpiK DrumS EDU will be produced in association with Lawson Music Media.

For more information on Alfred Music Publishing, please visit alfred.com.

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