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Ed Roscetti is a drummer, composer, author, and educator. His Hal Leonard published catalog includes the World Beat Rhythms Series for Brazil, Africa, Cuba & USA as coauthor, and is sole author of Drummers Guide to Odd Meters, Blues Drumming, Funk & Hip Hop Drumming, Rock Drumming Workbook, Stuff! Good Drummers Should Know, and Creating Professional Drum Loops.
He has been a core curriculum author and educator for over 30 years at the Musician's Institute, Hollywood (MI) and core curriculum author for both there and MI Japan school’s Odd Meter I and II classes.
He has presented concerts, clinics, workshops, master classes & music camps at NYU, The GRAMMY MUSEUM, PASIC, NAMM, IAJE, TMEA, AMTA, The Berklee School of Music, World Percussion Festival and continues to actively present at universities, schools and retail venues across the country.
His original interactive music video installation premiered at NAMM’s Museum of Making Music in 2011. His iphone APP Gangnam Bongo Jam was released in 2012 joining his 2011 Holiday Classics APP. He has performed and composed music for numerous records, TV shows and films, including Disney’s Mostly Ghostly, Fox Sports, Saturday Night Live, The 60's, Biography, The History Channel, WWE & General Hospital. He has worked with numerous artists such as Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock and Joe Sample among others and endorses DW, PDP, Remo, Paiste, Shure and Innovative Percussion (IP).