For this masterclass, we were joined by Point Blank expert lecturer, Linton Bennett aka Stepz, to discuss life in lockdown, reunifying with his beloved studio, how his passion for music first ignited, how he broke into the music industry as a young black artist and everything in between.
This masterclass was hosted by our very own, Koy Redmond aka KdotMelody, a London-based writer, recording artist and Point Blank Events Executive. This month marks Black History Month where Koy will be presenting a number of thought-provoking masterclasses with impeccable musicians delving into what it means to be a black artist in today’s society.
If you’d like to learn how to make music like one of the greats from the legend Linton Bennett himself, then we’d highly recommend checking out our courses in London and online. Plus, we’re currently offering 25% off our selected online and Los Angeles courses until 9th November when this offer ends. To take advantage of our biggest offer yet, use the codes ONLINE25 or LA25 when enrolling.
Linton Bennett has been deeply connected to the music industry for the duration of his career. He has composed and produced tracks for huge mainstream artists such as Dido, Warren G, All Saints, Boyz II Men, Jamelia and Imogen Heap to name a few. He’s been active in the music industry for 3 decades and signed to the iconic Motown in the US.
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