The business end of beat making was also discussed in the workshop. Not really how to make money out of it, but just to show that there is money in it. How to translate what they learn into money. These people who joined invested money for the seminar and for the equipment they will be using. They should know how to demand their return of investment.
There will be another seminar like this soon. Not really level 2, but depending on the people who will join and on what they want to learn. So if you plan on joining next time and you are a beginner, no worries at all. :) B-Roc assured that BPM is open to everyone. Open to people who want to learn and to those who already know but want to learn new techniques. This is one way to celebrate Hip Hop. Not just gigs, performances and hanging out but also how to plant the seed because definitely, we need new music.
Here are some nice photos. And yes they're all nice because I wasn't the photographer. Credits go to my awesome friend Keanne Villar. :) :) :)
|This guy right here is a certified hit maker. He was the producer for Gary V's Hataw Na. Super cool.|
|Guest speaker "Mr. Battle of the Beats" Sam Rhansum of Red Alert ENT.|
|Chrizo looking all smart with his glasses and facial hair.|
|Super popular producer Bojam of FlipMusic.|
|Mr. Soulfiesta (B-Roc) looking cute with that sideways cap discussing about money stuff.|
|First batch of Beats Per Minute "graduates"|
|Yours truly with Bojam of FlipMusic|