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Live @ Culture Fix: March 28th, 2012

The Pyramid Recording Collective

Monthly Event - Last Wednesday of every month: 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

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The next Live @ Culture Fix event will be: Wednesday, March 28th, 2012


Featured Speaker:

Mantis Evar, Co-founder & Executive VP of Indaba

Topic: The Indaba Music community

Featured Performers:

Rick Louie (8pm), Kleio & Anthony (8:30pm),

Denise Barbarita (9PM), Tatiana Moroz (9:30PM)


Everyone wants to find ways to be innovative and successful.

We are happy to introduce you to Indaba; An exciting company that helps independent artist collaborate, record, & sell their music to the worldwide community,.

About Indaba

Indaba Music pioneered the online music collaboration space, enabling anyone with internet access to connect with musicians from around the world to create, edit and mix studio-quality music online using their cloud based DAW, MANTIS. Indaba Music then expanded to provide musicians with opportunities from iTunes distribution and other sales tools to remix contests, original song contests and commercial music licensing. Indaba Music’s community has over 650,000 members from over 200 countries and territories around the world.

About Mantis Evar:
    As a musician Mantis has performed live with Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joey DeFrancesco.

While home he acted as studio manager for TKO Recording Studios until he eventually set his focus on live sound where he has worked with Dr. Billy Taylor and Freddie Hubbard.
    As audio consultant for Sam Ash Music, Mantis has designed and maintained sound systems for many New York City hotspots including the Limelight, Palladium and The Tunnel as well as live systems used by Metallica and Guns 'N' Roses. After a few years at Capitol Records working with Beastie Boys, Butthole Surfers, Yoko Ono and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Mantis transferred to Blue Note Records where his list of credits grew to include Joe Chambers, Ron Carter, Joe Lovano, Pat Martino and Chucho Valdes. During a two-year residence at hallowed jazz shrine Village Vanguard, Evar recorded jazz greats such as Martial Solal, Greg Osby, Jim Hall, Bill Charlap, Bill Frisell, the Chucho Valdes Quartet and many others.
    In 2006 Mantis started Indaba Music with partners Dan Zaccagnino and Matt Siegel. Mantis currently operates the Indaba Music Studio and is Co-Founder and Executive Vice President for Indaba Music, an online music collaboration service that allows musicians to post files of their work, listen to other musicians' posts and create sessions where multiple parties can collaborate on a specific project. Associated with professional and independent artists, Indaba Music supports all genres of music and can be found at


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Have questions about Live @ Culture Fix: March 28th, 2012? Contact The Pyramid Recording Collective


9 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002


The Pyramid Recording Collective


 The Pyramid Recording Collective is a comprised of audio engineers, producers, studio owners, and entertainment professionals.Our goal is to make great music production accessible to all musicians, composers and filmmakers in concert with changing industry landscapes and the proliferation of the home studio.

We are a diverse group of Grammy and Emmy nominated/Award winning professionals who come together to provide music related production services for any need.

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