Remix magazine is returning to Los Angeles from November 8 - 10 for their Remix Hotel event, which will include appearances by producer 9th Wonder, T-Pain and several other producers.See Also:
Presented by Beatport and put together by Penton Media (Remix magazine's parent company), Remix Hotel offer three days of music technology product demos, panels, workshops and guest appearances at the SAE Institute of Technology on Sunset Boulevard.
Remix Hotel Los Angeles (RHLA) will be headlined by keynote speaker 9th Wonder, plus newly confirmed panelists Carmen Rizzo, Carlos Nino and Michael C. Ross. It will provide hands-on access to the technology and equipment used to create today's electronic and urban music.
In addition to the three days, which are free, Apple will present master classes in their VIP room featuring Josh Gabriel (Thursday, November 8), DJ Rap (Friday, November 9), and T-Pain (Saturday, November 10).
Other highlights include appearances by DJ Trainwreck, DJ Rhettmatic and DJ Babu who will all answer questions and spin the classics; technology Partner Roland will teach classes on their MV-8800; the iStandard Producer Showcase will connect label A&Rs, platinum producers, managers, artists, and attorneys with up-and-coming hip-hop/R&B producers.
General registration for RHLA is free. For $30, however, attendees can upgrade to a Remix Hotel All-Access pass. For further info and to pre-register, visit RemixHotel.com.
Remix magazine educates DJs, engineers, producers and performers of the latest applications and new products specific to the electronic and urban music markets. It is the leading consumer magazine dedicated to the tools, techniques and production styles of the aforementioned genres. For more information, visit RemixMag.com.
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