Propellerhead Turns May Into Music Making Month
Entire month dedicated to help all musicians make more and better music
Stockholm, Sweden (April 28, 2011) – Propellerhead dubs May 2011 as “Music Making Month,” a month-long set of activities to inspire and help people with their music creating endeavors, whatever they may be. During the month, Propellerhead will serve up a packed schedule with daily online events including interactive workshops, Q&A sessions with artists, new tutorial content, webcasts of live events and clinics from places around the world and much more. Activities are designed for any musician or producer regardless of production tools used or instruments played.
Propellerhead has gathered a wide array of talent to present in a number of formats including: James Wiltshire of the Freemasons, Olivia Broadfield, DJ Lucky Date, Mocean Worker, Kim Nieva of Engine House Music, Dave Brown of Boy in a Band, Bon Harris of Nitzer Ebb, SoundCloud, Amber Rubarth, Giles Reaves, amongst others.
To learn more and see the schedule go to: www.propellerheads.se/mmm
About Propellerhead Software
Formed in 1994, Propellerhead Software is a privately owned company based in Stockholm, Sweden. Renowned for its musician-centric approach, Propellerhead has created some of the world’s most innovative music software applications, interfaces and technology standards. Musicians, producers and the media have praised Figure, Reason, ReCycle and ReBirth applications for being inspiring, great sounding and of impeccable quality. Technologies such as ReWire and the REX file format are de-facto industry standards, implemented in all major music software. Today, Propellerhead’s products are used all over the world by hundreds of thousands of professionals and enthusiasts for all kinds of music making. http://www.propellerheads.se
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- Thomas Wendt
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