Reason To Go To NYC

Propellerheads Producers Conference hits the big apple on July 28th      20/07/07

Reason To Go To NYC


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Propellerheads world wide series of Producers Conferences is continuing. The show hits New York City on July 28th at Right Track studios (recently renamed to Legacy Recording Studios) with a host of product specialists and expert lecturers:
  • James Bernard (Propellerhead Lead Product Specialist / Sound Designer)
  • Peff (aka Kurt Kurasaki, Author of Power Tools for Reason 3.0)
  • Chris Petti (Line 6 and Propellerhead Software Product Specialist)
Whether you're just getting started or an advanced Reason user, Proprellerheads say that at the show you can learn the inside tips and trick for making beats, using the Combinator, playing Reason as a modular synth, streamlining your creative workflow, producing patches, sounds, and more.
The highlight of the 5 hour conference will feature an artist/management panel discussing a wide variety of topics, including Production Techniques, Mixing Techniques and Promotion Advice.
Attendees will have their chance to ask questions during the Artist Panel discussion.
The Artist Panel will include:
  • Hank Shocklee (CEO Shocklee Entertainment, Produced successful albums for Public Enemy, LL Cool J, Bell Biv Devoe, Ice Cube and EPMD, as well as remixing albums for Peter Gabriel, Tricky and more...)
  • Mocean Worker (Artist/Producer, Latest Album "Cinco De MOWO!" Hit #1 on iTunes electronic chart and was in the top 50 of the entire store.)
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