I Probably Blew Out Your Speakers Producer Panel

Posted by TDubATL

Nov 30

If you missed this panel, there's a distinct possibility you might be losing at life. SAE Atlanta, iStandard and Native Instruments presented a whopper of a panel that included the legendary Doug E. Fresh, Sonny Digital, WillPower of SupaHotBeats, The Olympicks, DJ Burn One, Willy Will, Dj Prince, !llmind, Fatin of the Soul Council, and Just Blaze with a brief cameo from DJ Toomp. iStandard's own J-Hatch led the discussion and topics covered included drum selection, chasing placements, your engineers role, chemistry with artists in studio and more!

Special Thanks To Crisp Media Group for recording.

Topics: Featured, News, Willy Will, The Olympicks, iStandard, Sonny Digital, Doug E. Fresh, Fatin of the Soul Council, J-Hatch, WillPower of SupaHotBeats, Just Blaze, Native Instruments, DJ Burn One, !llmind, SAE Atlanta, Dj Prince

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