| Lee Prebble|| Recording Engineer|
| The Black Seeds (Since 1998), Fly My Pretties|
The Return of Fly My Pretties, Dust and Dirt, Into the Dojo, Live at Bats, Solid Ground
Barnaby Weir, Samuel Flynn Scott, Age Pryor, Luke Buda, Hollie Smith
Lee Prebble Wikipedia
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.
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.