Producer Box Sale Ends December 31st
Over $3,000 worth of software, sounds, sessions and tutorials for just $599
Los Angeles, CA – Music Producers have until December 31, 2015 to order legendary DJ Joachim Garraud’s Producer Box, a limited edition product that includes over $3,000 in software for only $599 through Kickstarter.
The Producer Box’s custom design houses a CME XKey USB keyboard and 1TB USB3 hard drive containing all of the software, audio, and video files. Each limited edition Producer Box is numbered for added collector value.
Centered on Ableton Live 9 Standard Edition, the Producer Box also contains plug-ins and sounds and discounts from Arturia, Lennar, Sugar Bytes UVI, D16 Group, VIProducer, Sample Magic, Loopmasters, Singomakers, Togu Audio and Alonso Sound.
Garraud includes his new studio album, 96/24, as well as the Master Session with exclusive plug-in presets and his personal sound bank of over 3,000 sounds, loops, FX, one-shots and more complied over 25 years of sound design and music production.
To help music producers put it all together, Garraud shares 25 years of production secrets through 20 exclusive video tutorials available in five languages (French, English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese). These step-by-step videos show the production process in fine detail.
Producer Box is available to order exclusively through Kickstarter now until December 31, 2015 for $599. There are also backing opportunities available from $20 and up.
About Joachim Garraud
Joachim Garraud has written, produced, co-written, co-produced and remixed with and for some of the planet’s most legendary artists – David Bowie, Kylie Minogue, Culture Club, Beyoncé, OMD, Deep Dish, The Eurythmics, Paul Johnson, Cassius, Ceronne, Moby and Robbie Rivera. In particular, it’s his work and extensive projects with David Guetta, Bob Sinclar and Jean-Michel Jarre that have truly helped mold the direction of modern day electronica.
From developing one of the first ever live performance concepts, elevating the DJ beyond just a master of ceremonies, to the iconic Space Invader mascot; from his seminal residencies at The Boy, QUEEN and Space Ibiza to performances at Coachella, Love Parade, Technoparade, Inox Park, Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, Exit Festival and more – over the course of a quarter of a century Joachim Garraud has been instrumental in shaping the global scene we celebrate today.
For more information, visit http://www.joachimgarraud.com.