Martin Naclerio, the coordinating technical advisor for this year’s Rock ‘N Roll Fantasy Camp in New York City, has chosen TC Electronic processing for all of the camp’s workshops at Gibson’s New York Studio in the former Hit Factory.
Daily workshops and jam sessions will feature TC M300 and M-One XL processing. The five-day, five-night camp began August 13, and is a one-of-a-kind experience that brings music lovers of all levels together with professional musicians. The crash-course in rock culminates with a Battle of the Bands at B.B. King’s Night Club in Times Square.
This year’s featured talent includes George Throughgood, Joe Satriani, Jon Anderson, Max Weinberg, Dr. John and Dickey Betts, while the camp counsellors include Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Sandy Genaro and Spencer Davis, among others.
“When we are asked to equip all the workshops with sound systems, the first name that came to mind for processing was TC,” says Naclerio. “I’ve used TC processing for the last 15 years, and you simply can’t beat the quality of the delays and reverbs.”