The Producers Conference - New York City

Saturday, October 4th, 2008

Legacy Recording Studios
509 West 38th Street
New York, NY 10018
Capacity: 200 People

Learn Reason version 4 from the Pros featuring in New York City:
James Bernard (Propellerhead Lead Product Specialist)
Peff (aka Kurt Kurasaki Author of Power Tools for Reason 3.0)
Chris Petti (Line 6/Propellerhead Software Product Specialist)

The lecturers will demonstrate how to maximize your Reason system. Whether you're just getting started or an advanced Reason user, learn the inside tips and trick for making beats, use of Reason's powerful Sequencer, ReGroove Mixer, streamlining your creative workflow, producing patches, sounds, and more!

The highlight of the 4 hour conference will feature artist appearances from Marley Marl and Labtekwon. They'll be discussing a wide variety of topics including: Production Techniques, Mixing Techniques, Sound Design and more!

Attendees will have their chance to ask questions during the Artist section!

This interactive learning session is only $35 per person. All attendees will receive a free Music Production with Reason 4 DVD Tutorial (valued at $59) at the event. More giveaways and special offers to be offered during the event!

About The Artists:

Marley Marl
Marley Marl is considered one of the most important and influential hip-hop producers in the history of hip-hop. Marley is the first producers to sample and use the Funky Drummer groove on a record. Find out what inspired him to reach for the funk from the Godfather of Soul. Born in New York City, this hip-hop legend is known for his work with the Juice Crew including Big Daddy Kane, Eric B. & Rakim, Biz Markie, Roxanne Shanté, Kool G Rap, MC Shan and Masta Ace, and he produced songs for artists including King Tee and LL Cool J.

Labtekwon has performed with artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, Brand Nubian, KRS-One, and Digital Underground. He has 23 releases, including 18 full lengths on his own Ankh Ba Records. Noting Labtek's varied discography, Urb called him "the most eclectic MC to ever emerge from Baltimore." His 1998 full length Nile Child is widely hailed as an underground classic. He was named in the 1999 Urb Next 100.