San Francisco Producers Conference

Propellerhead Software and Berkleemusic present creative clinics and interactive classes for computer musicians      13/11/06
San Francisco Producers Conference


The Producers Conference is a full day of creative clinics and interactive classes for computer musicians taking place at Recombinant Labs, San Francisco on Saturday, November 18th. 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Propellerheads say that this is anopportunity to get the inside track on advanced production techniques, song writing, mixing methods and more. Here's some of the details from the website...
Procon features
  • Arabian Prince [Founding member of N.W.A. | Professor X ]
  • James Bernard [Propellerheads | Influx | Rising High] Learn how to create amazing patches and refill solutions and get the newly released Weird & Wonderful Refill patch/combinator collection.
Reason Clinic Presenters:
  • Kurt Kurasaki [ Peff.com | Powertools for Reason] Understand and maximize the use of the powerful Reason 3.0 Combinator. Unleash its potential as a powertool and become a super user.
  • Erik Hawkins [ Berkleemusic | Studio in a Box ] NNXT to the max. Erik, writer for Remix, Electronic Musician, and many other mags, will present effective set up and usage of the NN-XT sampler for maximum creative output.
  • Hayden Bursk [ Propellerheads | haydenmag.com ] Producer track evaluation session, led by Propellerhead Hayden Bursk. 5 tracks will be critiqued for maximum creative output.
Pricing and Availability:
Free for Registered Users of Reason, or $99/person. More information:
  • www.propellerheads.se
  • http://recombinantmedia.net

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