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Thread LEEBO From St.Lucia West Indies(REASON 2.5 IS DA BOMB)

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leebo

leebo

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1 Posted on 03/27/2004 at 05:00:16
hello there. I am a musician/producer from St. Lucia. I am into reggae, dancehall and soca music. My choice of software is mainly CUBASE SX with just about every thing that can be pluged in. I have recently began to use REASON 2.5 via rewire and since then I've been using less of frutty loops and soft samplers like HALION. I have produced a compilation of St. Lucian SOCA/DANCEHALL music which has recently caught the attention of a major label in the US. I would like to share info with other muscians/producers who have similar interests.
pax

pax

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2 Posted on 03/29/2004 at 13:12:44
Hi there,
I'm doing something similar.Well I like all kinda music when it's well made.
reggea, house, rock, pop, dance, ballads even classical music.
Have a look at www.tsunamimusic.be
regards
chris pax
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