Brazilian Girls is a New York City based trio that's neither Brazilian or Girls, save for vocalist Sabina Sciubba. The band was the result of a series of successful jamsessions at the NYC club Nublu. Their music has been labled 'melting pop' due to its rich mix of urban sounds ranging from dub, house, pop and much more.
We met with keyboard player Didi Gutman in Brooklyn, NYC to talk about his use of Reason on stage and in the studio. He also goes through the live performance setup he is using with Brazilian Girls, with one Reason document for each song. He is also showing how he sets up and uses Reason's remote override function to assign keyboard shortcuts to trigger rex loops in the song.
Published: February 2010
Brazilian Girls got started in 2003 and released their first album Brazilian Girls on Verve Records in 2005. Between heavy touring they managed to record the follow up Talk To La Bomb (Verve Records) in the fall of 2006. The latest album is named after the city where this cosmopolitan band came together: New York City (Verve Records) was released in 2008.
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