Ezequiel Ferraro

Session Drummer | Jazz & More

10 Reviews (9 Verified)
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I've been playing drums over 20+ years; I work as session musician since 10+ years, and I'm ready to find that unique feature on your music and make it shine

Hi! I’m Ezequiel and i'm a professional drummer.
I've been playing and studying drums since 1999. Since 2012 I've worked as session drummer with multiple bands and musicians, and from 2016 to the present I've been specializing my studies in jazz music and it's branches.

Musicians choose me because I put my best in what I do, and do it with passion. I also work with a group of people dedicated to producing music (from composition and arrangement, to instrument/vocals recording, mixing and mastering), that can provide you.

Would love to hear from you. Click the contact button above to get in touch.


  • English
  • Spanish

10 Reviews - 1 Repeat Client

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  1. Review by Dana M.

    Ezequiel was amazing and hope to work with him again!!

  2. Review by Albert B.

    Awesome drummer! Great tone and sense of groove.

  3. Review by Peter H.

    Great collaborator! Ezequiel is very professional and has great feel. He will not rest until he has got a part that you enjoy.

  4. Review by Skip
    by Skip

    Ezequiel did a great job getting the feel I was looking for. He delivered several stems, which gave me more than enough to work with. Turnaround in less than a week. Very professional. Would work with Ezequiel again.

  5. Review by William D Lucey

    Ezequiel did a really nice job on this track. It took several takes to get it exactly right and he really went the extra mile to make sure it was perfect. A top pro. Highly recommend.

  6. Review by William D Lucey

    Ezequiel did a beautiful job on this track. Nice tone and playing and really easy to work with. Highly recommend.

  7. Review by Vealy
    by Vealy

    Thank you Ezequiel for listening to what the song needed and what we envisioned for the song and delivering it on time :) Appreciate your artistry.

  8. Review by Kristopher M.

    I am delighted with Ezequiel's work with me. Great communication, speedy turnover, and excellent result. His interpretation of my work and my wants were spot on. Great job, above and beyond the ask, totally recommend him!

  9. Review by Samaha
    by Samaha

    Ezequiel understood the assignment, and delivered amazing drum samples for me in the style I needed. He also gave me lots of edits/changes, and many takes to choose from. 10/10, would work with again, thanks :)

  10. Review by Juan Di Nallo
    by Juan Di Nallo

    I have worked with Ezequiel on different platforms and formats (solo drums, full band, studio and live recording, etc) and he always nailed it.
    And I'll work with him again. No doubts.

Interview with Ezequiel Ferraro

  1. Q: What are you working on at the moment?

  2. A: I'm working on the arrangements and production of my band's album. It's based on the music I listened to as a child. It's all music from Argentine folk composers, but arranged in a jazzy/improvised way. The basic idea is to try to merge two musical languages that seem so distant and make them dialogue and coexist.

  3. Q: What do you like most about your job?

  4. A: I love to make other people's music work. I really enjoy the process of finding the essential aspect on other's music and pushing myself and my playing to bring that out.

  5. Q: If you were on a desert island and could take just 5 pieces of gear, what would they be?

  6. A: The drums have so many parts, this is a difficult one! I assume I could take my cellphone, some kind of USB condenser, my snare, my bass drum and probably my ride.

  7. Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?

  8. A: I've been playing and studying drums since 1999. Since 2012 I've worked as session drummer with multiple bands and musicians, and from 2016 to the present I've been specializing my studies in jazz music and it's branches.

  9. Q: How would you describe your style?

  10. A: I always try to have a relaxed sound but crisp at the same time. I love looking for the point where the things sound loose but precise and accurate at the same time.

  11. Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?

  12. A: I would love to work with Brian Blade. I'm a big fan of his playing and creativity and I feel it would be very enriching to share some time with him making music. He's such a producer, further than drummer. It would be amazing.

  13. Q: What type of music do you usually work on?

  14. A: Most of my jobs are in a jazz style music or any of it's branches, because it's the style that I studied and played more, and I think it's part of my sound at this point.

  15. Q: What's your strongest skill?

  16. A: My strong point is the composition and recording of drum lines over previously written/recorded music. I love the process of finding the essential aspect on other people's music and pushing myself to bring that out.

  17. Q: What's your typical work process?

  18. A: It depends a lot on the project that I'm working, but normally I receive the order from the client and then I take a very deep listen on the song over and over again to get used to the feel, the melody, chords and mostly the different parts on the music. After that, I start to make some takes trying some variations between each other, so when I finish I listen what I played and choose between the takes that I feel works better with the song. After that I record a final version having in mind everything I tried before and when I'm happy with the result I send it to the client. If the client is happy that's it; if it's not, I restart the process considering the client's feedback.

  19. Q: Tell us about your studio setup.

  20. A: My typical setup to record is: - Cymbals: AKG C214 Stereo Pair - Snare drum: 2x Shure SM57 (One on the top drumhead, one on the snare side) - Rack & Floor toms: Shure SM57 - Bass Drum: AKG D110 I usually change my setup a bit depending on the project I'm recording, but that's the most common disposition of microphones I use.

  21. Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.

  22. A: The most common request I get from my clients is to compose and record drum lines over their music, and it's the part of music I enjoy the most because I love having to adapt my playing and myself to fit perfectly into the other people's music.

Agustin Nassivera - Dragon Fruit (Fragment)

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Terms Of Service

I won't charge extra for revisions as my goal is to search and find the perfect sound for your music. Typical turn-around time is between four and five days.

GenresSounds Like
  • Steve Jordan
  • Sergio Verdinelli
  • Ed Blackwell
Gear Highlights
  • Ludwig Copper Phonic (Snare Drum)
  • Tama Soundworks Kapur (Snare Drum)
  • AKG C214
  • Shure SM57
  • Audio Technica AT2035
  • 16ch Multitrack Recording
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