Lee Prebble

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Lee Prebble is a producer and engineer at Wellington, New Zealand recording studio The Surgery. He has produced and co-produced platinum selling records for Trinity Roots and The Black Seeds as well as albums by The Phoenix Foundation, Spartacus R, Cornerstone Roots, Fly My Pretties and The Inkling.[1]

Prebble along with Oliver Harmer won the Best Engineer award for the 2015 New Zealand Music Awards for his work on Mel Parsons' album Drylands.[2]


  1. ^ "Lee Prebble, Sound Engineer, The Surgery". cpit.ac.nz. Retrieved 2010-02-25. 
  2. ^ "Best Engineer 2015". Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. Retrieved 2 February 2017.