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December 14th & 15th, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PT
The Los Angeles Recording School, along with Career Development, is thrilled to announce its monthly live listening and feedback event, The SoundCheck! If you’re a music producer, audio engineer, artist, or songwriter, this is your chance to network, get feedback on your beats, songs, or mixes, as well as connect with members of the Career Development team! Join us at LARS on Wednesday and/or Thursday, December 14th and 15th from 4 pm – 5 pm PST. All music will be played on a first come, first serve basis, no registration needed. We will be welcoming very special invited industry guests each month, so this will be an event you will not want to miss! See you there!
June 1 @ 6:30 pm
Campus & Livestream Event
Student Hip Hop artists compete for a chance to WIN a free studio session at L.A.’s Vista West Recording Studio!
With live DJs bringing original beats and an appearance from our GrammyU rep!
Audience drawings for swag bags from Amoeba Music and more! FREE PIZZA at our mixer after-party featuring live performances from student artist Ari DeVine and spoken word from Tanzy.
Can’t make it in person? Check out the show on our YouTube Livestream!
June 28 @ 4:00 pm
It’s the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop so get hype for a night of unforgettable beats as Old School meets New School in an epic battle! Students will have the opportunity to showcase their skills and creativity as they have the option to use samples of 90s hits and turn them into their own unique beats. The submissions will be judged by old school Hip Hop icons Onyx and Marq Hawkins and new school producers Whitney Taber and the winner of LAFS last year’s lyrics battle, alumni Louisvilla. More special guests will be announced! Get ready to vibe to the beats and be inspired by the next generation of hip hop artists. This is a night you won’t want to miss, so bring your energy and let’s get ready to rumble!
– To be entered, fill out the Google sign-up sheet
– Submit 60-90 seconds of your best beats
– Reminder, you have the option to sample a 90s song, BUT it’s not required to enter
– Judges will review your submission and determine your battle partner
– Show up, in person on June 28th, | 5:00pm PT prepared to battle
– Through feedback from the judges, and audience voting – winner will be chosen.
Co-hosted and moderated by legendary songwriters; SHOF inductee and Chairman NILE RODGERS and SHOF inductee & Best Original Song Academy Award Winner PAUL WILLIAMS
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