Ron Browz explains how and why he began using Auto-Tune in the creation of Pop Champagne, licensing agreements, and using MySpace for market testing. While it’s slightly interesting to hear about the licensing agreement for Pop Champagne, try not to let your brain bleed while listening to this one. The segment concerning Auto-Tune is equivalent … Read more
It hard to deny that 2008 was an incredible year for online producer related material. In fact, the year was so good that it became immensely difficult to narrow down the best of the best… so we’re asking you! What was the best producer, DJ, or beat making video posted on Crate Kings during 2008? … Read more
Jermaine Dupri and "Either Boy" Ron Browz go in studio to work on Bow Wow’s "Big Time", talk current projects, and give info about how to become a So So Def intern. Those looking get their foot in the door for an internship should contact Dorma (sp?) at the So So Def offices @ (404) … Read more
DJ Envy interviews producer Ron Browz about the single "Pop Champagne". Apparently Browz’s goal was to make a "Harlem version of the Auto-Tune."
"Ether" producer, Ron Browz takes us along during his day to day producer activities including studio recording, meeting with Aftermath A&R Riggs Morales, and dropping off beats to G-Unit.
Harlem producer Ron Browz tells of getting his start as a producer with equipment left behind by incarcerated label owners, working with Big L, and surprise of finding out that his track for Nas’ "Ether" was targeted at Jay Z. Read the complete interview
Producer Ron Browz (Ludacris, Nas, 50 Cent, Jim Jones, Joe Budden) talks about the importance of studying production (drum patterns, tempo, eq, instrumentation, bass, etc.), keeping your ear to the street, and staying in touch with trends.