!llmind Presents BLAP Radio 10PM-12 AM EST Every Friday on GID Radio

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 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 Radio.

Tune in Every Friday 10PM – 12AM on GiD Radio

BLAP Radio Personalities:

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

Tha S Ence – Co-Founder, Producer, Operations Manager for !llmind Productions

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.

Gen.Erik – DJ, MC, and Producer, whose music has appeared on NBC, MTV, and ESPN, and he has worked with Talib Kweli, KRS-One, MLB, Powerade, Rob Swift, Evil Dee, and more

What’s Your Favorite Beat Making Tools?

Hey all I’ve been having these really intense conversations with producers all over about what is the best software to make beats on. I mean from using a DAW ( Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton and Cubase) to Reason, Maschine, MPC, Battery etc……….. What is your favorite and why?



It’s On Y’all Stoni’s Blog Welcome to My world

Hello world and welcome to my new blog page! I will be posting up new music straight from the studio and showing you guys the process of how I make that Stoni magic. Also, I will be including exclusive tutorial videos of various software and offering you guys the opportunity to download sound patches and program configurations. There is so much more to come so let’s have fun and expand our minds together.