New York, NY -- Penton Media's Remix Hotel Atlanta, presented by Microsoft, Beatsource and Akai, will return to Atlanta on September 20–22, to the all-new SAE Institute of Technology, for three days of music technology product demos, industry panels, workshops and special guest appearances. The event will feature superproducer Scott Storch, production mastermind Hank Shocklee with LRoc, The Runners and more; and an expanded list of technology partners. The Remix Hotel provides hands-on access to the technology and equipment used to create today’s electronic and urban music via artist presentations and demonstrations, workshops, clinics and discussion. For more details, visit
Hip-hop producer Scott Storch will be the official keynote speaker for the event, and will conduct master classes and a Q&A. Artists including LRoc, The Runners, DJ Scorpio, DJ Don Cannon and Chuck Woo will join Hank Shocklee for the “How Can I Be Down?” panel series, featuring DJ Day (Sept. 20), Producer Day (Sept. 21) and Artist Day (Sept. 22). For complete details on Scott Storch, other panelists and general schedule info, visit
Other event highlights include the iStandard Producer Battle on Sept. 20 at the Velvet Underground club at the Hard Rock Cafe (www.istandardproducers.com) and Shocklee Innertainment’s “Please Listen to My Demo” session, where professionals will provide live feedback to attendees.
Presenting sponsors Beatsource and Akai Pro and its Numark and Alesis families will join Microsoft at the event.
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. The Remix Hotel will travel to Los Angeles later in 2007.
For complete Remix Hotel Atlanta information and to preregister for the event, visit
. General registration is free. For an additional $25, attendees can upgrade to a Remix Hotel VIP pass, which provides a one-year subscription to their choice of Remix, Mix or Electronic Musician magazines; a Remix Hotel T-shirt; a free six-month membership to Broadjam; 10 free tracks from Beatport; and a 15 percent discount on all items in the Mix Bookshelf.
Remix magazine educates DJs, engineers, producers and performers of electronic music about the latest applications and new products specific to the electronic and urban music markets. Remix is the leading consumer magazine dedicated to the tools, techniques and production styles of electronic and urban artists. For more information, visit
. Remix is part of Penton Media’s entertainment technology-related print, online and event properties, including Broadcast Engineering®, Digital Content Producer®, Electronic Musician®, Live Design, millimeter®, Mix®, Music Education Technology, Radio and Sound & Video Contractor®.