B.L.A.P.

The team behind Beats Love Alcohol Party (BLAP)
Contact blap.events@gmail.com to register or for more info!!


ABOUT BLAP:
Most beat battles and producer showcases are tailored to industry professionals. Those who attend usually critique a producer on technical aspects of producing, but how would a general party crowd respond?

B.L.A.P. (Beats Love Alcohol Party) was created to answer that question. Take a group of producers - a couple of known veterans and a few undiscovered talents, put them in front of a party and tell them to play their beats - it's that simple. What separates B.L.A.P. from similar events is the interaction between the average music fan and the taste makers, as well as it's casual nature. Instead of the producers being judged by a panel of their peers, they are attempting to keep the crowd rocking.

There is no stage and patrons are encouraged to dance. For the party goer unaware of the scene it becomes a new experience. For the industry pro, the laid back atmosphere provides a more comfortable arena to network & find their next hit producer. Created in September of 2009 by !llmind, multi-platinum producer for artists like 50 Cent, Ludacris, Dr Dre & more, who knows who will show up for this event series. Soon enough, everyone will know at B.L.A.P.

The MPC Becomes the Turntable.
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Shipping end of March/First week of April! Finally!

This is a LIMITED EDITION ITEM! 

Introducing the worlds first USB flash memory drive shaped like the Akai MPC60II.Truly one of the most iconic and classic 12-Bit drum machine // samplers to grace the music production world!

The Akai MPC60II is the long time favorite sampler of producers such as DJ Shadow, Hi-Tek, Dr. Dre, Pete Rock, Marco Polo, Ayatollah, The RZA, Large Professor and more!

This classic 12-Bit drum machine has been immortalized as a 16 GB USB flash memory drive. Every nuance of the Akai Classic has been captured in extreme detail! These unique devices are perfect for Hip-Hop beat makers, producers, and enthusiast on the go. This is the only portable data storage solution that screams “Hip Hop”.

Possible Uses:

Drum and Sound Storage 
Pro Tools / Tracked Out Audio Sessions
Beat CD’s – Catch A&R’s and Label’s Attention!
Store your beats

 Technical Specifications:
16 GB Capacity
High Quality Toshiba Flash Memory
Extremely Detailed and Ultra Realistic
Super Durable PVC Construction
USB 1.0, 2.0, & 3.0 Support


 

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Glad to be back again with another BLAPISODE! Tonight we have Benny Reiner stopping in! Check his bio below and tune in for the interview along with BLAP or Crap
Benny Reiner, producer/songwriter/drummer, is a 23 year­old native of Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Full scholarship in hand, Reiner decided to further his education at the University of Memphis, majoring in Jazz and Studio Performance. He began to establish his name in the historic Memphis music scene as a drummer, composer, producer and educator. While in Memphis he produced and played for the Memphis Grizzlies drumline, Grizzline, The University of Memphis athletic program, and multiple local artists. Reiner spent about three years in Memphis and then decided to relocate to Nashville, Tennessee. In the short time he spent living in Nashville, he had the opportunity to play with many of Nashville’s greats such as Jeff Coffin, Pat Bergeson, Don Aliquo, Pat Coil, Rich Eckhardt, Evan Brewer, and many more. He packed his bags in Nashville and moved to New York City to further his career as a producer and performer.
Since moving to New York he had his first Billboard top ten record with Japanese R&B star, AI. Benny has spent time on the road and/or in the studio with artists like Megan & Liz, Drake Bell, The Band Perry, One Arm Train, Memphis High, and more.

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Ways to Tune In 

The world of music production is one of the fastest growing in the industry. Still, there are very few outlets providing information on how to achieve a lucrative career as a producer. With 13 + years experience, !llmind (Produced records for Kanye West, 50 Cent, Eminem, Common, 2 Chainz, Scarface, Redman and Many More) has assembled a team to help fill that void. How do I get record placements? What is my favorite producer using in the studio? What is publishing and why is it important? What schools cater best to becoming a producer?

The life blood of the music industry is based on knowing the right people. BLAP On The Radio serves to not only answer those questions, but also to provide valuable insight from some of today’s most important power players (Artist Manager, Lawyers, Major Label A&R’s, Beat Brokers, and more)

Music producers rarely get the recognition they deserve. We’re here to analyze the various beat making techniques of some of our favorite producers. From J Dilla’s drum swing, to J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s lush musical arrangements, we plan to cover it all. Gear talk, cool production techniques, engineering tips, and bangin’ beats are some of the things you can look forward to with BLAP On The Radio.

Tune in Every Friday 10PM - 12AM on GIDRadio.com

BLAP On The Radio Personalities:

!llmind – Co-Founder and Veteran Producer (Produced records for Kanye West, 50 Cent, Eminem, Common, 2 Chainz, Scarface, Redman and Many More)

Stoni – Music producer/engineer, first female beat battle champion, music technology expert who has worked with AVID Technologies, Propellerhead, AKAI Professional, and is currently a Product/Artist Relations Specialist for Native Instruments.
Quest - Up and Coming Music Producer based in BK. BLAP Showcase Event Coordinator.

Run P. - DJ, Music Supervisor, Radio Host, and Production Manager who’s worked on events with Couture Fashion Week, A3C, Erykah Badu, NaS, Miguel, Q-Tip, XXYYXX, and more.
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Feels like it’s been a long time since we’ve had a guest.  Tonight we have up and coming hip hop and R&B producer that hails from the hallways of the Clive Davis Institute at NYU, GNYUS Tune in at 10 PM EST only on GIDRadio

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GNYUS

Gnyus is an up and coming hip hop and R&B producer that hails from the hallways of the Clive Davis Institute at NYU. As a college freshman, he caught the attention of then in-residence producer and professor, Swizz Beatz, which later resulted in a collaboration track with Dr. Dre that was initially slated for his long-awaited Detox album. Throughout the remainder of his time studying the music industry, the New Jersey-native also went on to produce records with artists, such as Juelz Santana, Troy Ave, and D-Pryde, only to name a few. Currently a senior approaching graduation, Gnyus has began to pursue his solo producer-artist venture. For his latest original tracks and remixes, you can find him on SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/boygnyus

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Ways to Tune In 

The world of music production is one of the fastest growing in the industry. Still, there are very few outlets providing information on how to achieve a lucrative career as a producer. With 13 + years experience, !llmind (Produced records for Kanye West, 50 Cent, Eminem, Common, 2 Chainz, Scarface, Redman and Many More) has assembled a team to help fill that void. How do I get record placements? What is my favorite producer using in the studio? What is publishing and why is it important? What schools cater best to becoming a producer?

The life blood of the music industry is based on knowing the right people. BLAP On The Radio serves to not only answer those questions, but also to provide valuable insight from some of today’s most important power players (Artist Manager, Lawyers, Major Label A&R’s, Beat Brokers, and more)

Music producers rarely get the recognition they deserve. We’re here to analyze the various beat making techniques of some of our favorite producers. From J Dilla’s drum swing, to J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League’s lush musical arrangements, we plan to cover it all. Gear talk, cool production techniques, engineering tips, and bangin’ beats are some of the things you can look forward to with BLAP On The Radio.

Tune in Every Friday 10PM - 12AM on GIDRadio.com

BLAP On The Radio Personalities:

!llmind – Co-Founder and Veteran Producer (Produced records for Kanye West, 50 Cent, Eminem, Common, 2 Chainz, Scarface, Redman and Many More)

Stoni – Music producer/engineer, first female beat battle champion, music technology expert who has worked with AVID Technologies, Propellerhead, AKAI Professional, and is currently a Product/Artist Relations Specialist for Native Instruments.
Quest - Up and Coming Music Producer based in BK. BLAP Showcase Event Coordinator.

Run P. - DJ, Music Supervisor, Radio Host, and Production Manager who’s worked on events with Couture Fashion Week, A3C, Erykah Badu, NaS, Miguel, Q-Tip, XXYYXX, and more.
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