H&R Proenterducment

  • Welcome to H&R Proenterducment

    Huslas Repazent is a production and entertainment company based in three major cities, Atlanta, GA, Birmingham, AL, and Chattanooga, TN. Our goal is to provide a wide range of services to help entertainers and artists develop and sustain their careers, with a focus on cohesive, effective, and inexpensive production, promotion and marketing. We specialize in artist development in all genres of talent, assuring artist a great learning opportunity to support their acts creative side. We are artist-oriented and artist-directed and dedicated to ensuring that great bands and artists get the exposure and opportunities that they deserve - as well as providing a dedicated all around entertainment company they can rely on throughout their career. Huslas Repazent is working to build a reputation for finding great entertainers, and creating nuance music productions for (i.e., bands, artists, composers, song writers, comedians). It is important that people be able to trust that any artist working with H&R has all of the elements necessary for success within their careers.

    Event Info

    H&R Proenterducment Presents the StandUp ShowDown at the Stardome Comedy Club in Birmingham, AL. We are welcoming 15 talented comedians to Standup and Showdown at the widely known Stardome, Comedy Club. Want more exposure - Want a chance to win a CASH PRIZE - Join the stage where a number of professional comedians had there start up or biggest push to the industry. Judged by independent judges, please call ASAP to reserve your stage time. (FIRST CALL FIRST STAGED).

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    Whats News?

    ******Attention****** All Comedians, New at Open MIC NITE at the Stardom, H&R PROENTERDUCMENT Presents the "StandUP ShowDOWN" at the Stardome Comedy Club for a $200 CASH PRIZE. We are looking for 15 comedians to hit the stage. 5 minutes of clean material. Best Comic Wins! Come join us at the most popular Open Mic night spot for Comedians in Birmingham, The Comedy Club Stardome. Call 888-788-7380 for Details (Please leave message with your name and contact info i.e. email and we will contact you within 48hrs.) .

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    History

    Huslas Repazent has been established for over 12 years and over 5 years professionally. Founded by a young artist from Chattanooga, TN, he teamed with numerous independent labels and artist within his journey to eventually create a company that's dedicated to helping entertainers and artist in development of their talent. Unlike today, there was a time when record labels committed themselves to developing the careers of their newly signed recording artists. Today, it is much harder to find a record label committed to this goal. When a major label signs a new artist or band, they presume the act has sufficient musical, songwriting, and performance talent, and are ready for the big time. Huslas Repazent has worked with a variety of artist and musicians (entertainers) who have continued to work with the company or ventured off for better endeavors becoming better artist, working with major labels or even creating their own recording label. This is one thing H&R strives for is to create better more rounding artist so that their talent stands out.

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  • H&R Records Artist

    Cutta Camp Boys

    • O.G.E.E.

    • Boro P.

    • Slim Low

    • UpComing Singles

    • UpComing Albums

    • UpComing Events

    Up and coming stars contact us here phone:(888) 788-7380 email:info@huslasrepazent.com

  • Bio

    O.G.E.E.

    Otis Ford (born March 29, 1983) also known as O.G.E.E. (Original Grind Everyday Everyway) is a Hip Hop artist and beat maker from Chattanooga, TN. He is a 7 year member of H&R Proenterducment and currently signed to H&R Records. In his high school days, he attended Howard School of Academics and Technology where he would team up with a number of his friends and battle rap just about every lunch period. His passion for music came from his parents yet he was a true hip hop head always concentrating on making himself better than the next. Through the years he has performed and recorded music with some of his high school friends generating a group and movement throughout the city that became more popular with every hood classic recorded. This is how he was introduced to N.U.G.A.maan. This was a bonding moment for them both, understanding each other's background and at that time O.G.E.E. being enlisted in the U.S. Army. Showing his determination for hip hop and discipline attitude, eventually, O.G.E.E. was asked to join H&R, which he accepted and history is what it now becomes. O.G.E.E. carries a unique soft delivery sound and his style of rhyme puts you on the battlefield. His civilian turned military life was an adventure in itself and he has the real life stories to back it up. He has done a number of shows in Chattanooga, SC, GA, and even overseas (i.e. Germany) where his music was well heard and respected showing many nations his talent and love for Hip Hop. Currently, he has performed in areas like Atlanta, to gain more exposure to his sound and music. With the help of H&R Proenterducment he has developed a lot of industry skills to understand what it takes to become a true Hip Hop artist in today's music. His military approach to a track moves you and basically tells a story of survival in many ways which is something he has experienced himself being departed to Iraq a number of times to protect our country, thanks. H&R Proenterducment/H&R Records has been releasing songs either solo or as group performances from O.G.E.E. since 2005. You can find a lot of O.G.E.E. music online today on iTunes, Zune, Amazon and many more.

    Slim Low

    Brian Lomax (born January 13, 1981) also known as Slim Low is a beat maker and hip hop artist from Birmingham, AL. He is an 8 year member of H&R Proenterducment and currently signed to H&R Records. In his high school days, he attended Parker High where he respectfully joined the band having this passion for music something that he gained interest to as a young kid listening to his parents play record after record of classic R&B, Soul, and just about anything that could get a party started. His father, whom past away while Slim was young, left him with all these memories through the records that he played; this is what inspired Slim to focus on music something he felt was a calling. Through the years he has produced beats for many local artists in and around Birmingham which basically is how he was introduced to N.U.G.A.maan. This was a bonding moment for them both being that they had known of each other having a close relationship with some of N.U.G.Amaan family in Birmingham. Eventually, Slim was asked to join H&R, which he accepted and history is what it now becomes. Slim Low carries a unique sound and style in his music and rhymes. He has done a number of shows in Birmingham and currently has performed in areas like Atlanta, to gain more exposure to his sound and music. With the help of H&R Proenterducment he has developed a lot of industry skills to understand what it takes to become a true Hip Hop artist in today's music. His story telling style alone with his "Low" vocal delivery gives you a listening visual just as if you were hearing a voice over radio commercial advertising a movie. H&R Proenterducment/H&R Records has been releasing songs either solo or as group performances from Slim since 2005 where you can find a lot of his music online today on iTunes, Zune, Amazon and many more.

  • session tips

    Basic Mixing
    I

    Basic Mixing I Mixing or Mix. Mixing is not only an art by itself as music is, it is called mixing because the word means just what it is about. Mixing or making a Mix is adjusting all different instruments or individual tracks to sound well together, composition wise and mix wise. How to start mixing a mix is a simple task when you understand what to do and what not. Later on we will also discuss the static mix and dynamic mix. According to some common rules, the Basic Mixing chapters explain common mixing standards as well being informational about sound subjects. The Starter Mix, Static Mix and Dynamic Mix. As of a process being broken down into parts, we can divide mixing into three basic steps. When starting a mix, mostly you will have some previously recorded tracks you need to mix furthermore. We will explain to setup all tracks fast, so you can have a default setup and progress to the static mix. Mostly the starter mix can be setup in less than 1 hour of working time. The static mix takes a bit longer, about 4 hours or so. The Dynamic mix and finishing up a mix can take from 4 to 12 hours of working time. Finishing off the mix can take 1 o2 two days or more depending on creativity, style and experience. It is good to know the total working time in hours finishing a mix, can be divided into three parts. First the Starter Mix. Then the Static Mix. Then the Dynamic Mix. Starter, Static and Dynamic mix are the basic three standard parts. Then finishing off. At last part 4 should be just working until the mix is finished. Before we discuss these subjects, we will start off with some more sound or audio details.

    Basic Mixing
    II

    Basic Mixing II Mixing a Starter Mix and Static Mix. In Basic Mixing I, we have explained the starter mix and progression towrads a static mix. Basically we have covered dimension 1 and 2 more than dimension 3. We actually did not apply any effects or added anything (that was not there before). The starter mix is aiming for some togetherness and cleaning up what is not needed. Keeping what is needed, with the help of the Level Fader, Balance, EQ and Compression, Gate, Limiter. Without adding effects that work overall on the mix, we try to have all instruments sound best and clear (starter mix), so all can be heard in their range. Together sounding as one mix. To get some headroom back you may have to switch back to the starter mix again. Change one thing can lead to affect the rest of the mix. Keeping track of the mix and dimensions is part of checking and re-rechecking. And should be at constant attention. When a mix starts to be muddy, when two instruments overlap in each other's frequency range (masking), you will need to correct this by using separation. Remember all instruments are placed inside the frequency spectrum and it is better to spread them out and create some headroom for them to be heard. Actually there are quite some tools for separation. Just as in human talking, as long as only one person is talking to you, you will understand and hear well. When a crowd is talking, it is difficult to understand what is going on. It is a mixing fact that crowding up the mix with more and more sounds is not a good thing. So we actually cut out what is not needed. Making all instruments sound good in their own range is way better (dimensions). Constantly think about how the spectrum will change according to what you add or remove, giving placement in the frequency range for each instrument to shine, but not intrude. Cutting out what is not needed, may clear the way for other instruments to come more upfront. Instead of just boosting, try cutting (other instruments) and make some space. Basic Mixing part I will explain the starter mix, so read this before you go on.

    Basic Mixing
    III

    Basic Mixing III Mixing and Listening, finishing up a completed mix. After basically starting a mix and finishing a static mix, progression of a dynamic mix, here we will explain some more technique and effects. For furthermore mixing some more creative aspects will be discussed, alike automation and finishing a mix. Don't start with automation before ready with a coherent static mix, the static mix is your reference for level, pan, dimensions, your stage plan. Each time using automation, keep in mind the reference static mix setting and return to these settings when the automation part has passed. The static mix provides the basement, the floor plan or stage plan, the fundation of a house, and is called static because from the listeners point of view instruments tend to be in the same location with the same amout of level, pan and dimension. Tempo. The tempo is a measure for the rhythm, how fast or slow a track is playing. The tempo is mostly set by the drums or the drum player. Drums are used to define tempo and rhythm. The drum player transfers the tempo and rhythm to all other players. Specially in digital mixing or in sequencing the tempo is unattended by beginning users. Mostly set and forget. But in real life the tempo of a playing band or group of instruments will vary. When sequencing or mixing tempo can be of importance to betray the listener in a rythmics sense, for this we use a timeline. For instance making the chorus slightly more up-tempo can create a sense of stronger listening, what can be of need to make the chorus stand out a little. Varying the tempo up down +5 or -5 BPM by automation on the correct timeline inside the mix, can create a more natural listening feeling. Knowing something about the song, track or mix intensions and knowing a bit about the composition or have the composer in place can be of importance when setting tempo. Tempo can drag (slower) or tighten-up (faster). Also used as a measurement for effects alike delays synchronizing to tempo can be of importance. Especially the rythmics instruments like percussion drums must be watched according to tempo. It could be handy to know the delay time, when a reverb or delay placed on a snare, how long the snare can die out, until the next snare hit comes. Sometimes in sync with a bar or beat. Avoiding a reverb to overleap the next hit, give rythmics percussive instruments a short reverb or use a gate after the reverb. Adjust the effect to fade before the next hit, bar or beat starts.

  • H&R Sonar Studio Services

    NEW Pre-Mastering (as little as 24hr turnaround completion)

    ORDER NOW (Fast and Affordable) Please Try PRE-MASTERING (NEW) {With most recording software today a good mix is capable} Maximum 5 minutes of audio per track. *Un-Analyzed Tracks (Pre-Mastering order results are based off the {Quality Mix} submitted to us. Mix will be processed to the best standard commercial sound, with little to none clipping) Tracks can be uploaded online and will be returned electronically. Rates are listed according to service timeline. STANDARD: typical 3-5 business day completion = $20 per track (Add $3 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) RUSH: 2-3 business day guaranteed completion = $40 per track Add Gold Audio and mp3 Master CDs, US Express shipping = $40 (Add $7 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) URGENT: 1-2 business day guaranteed completion = $50 per track (Add $12 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) *1 business day guarantee order must be submitted to us by 12 Noon.

    Album Mastering

    Maximum 20 tracks, 80 minutes of audio. Fully Analyzed Tracks/ Best Commercial Sound. All full album mastering service packages include the following: Audio master CD, mp3 master file or USB Flash/CD-R master, track listing summary sheet, technical feedback letter, and free shipping. Rates are listed according to service timeline. STANDARD: typical 5-10 business day completion time = $175 (return shipping by US Priority mail) RUSH: 3-4 business days guaranteed completion time = $220 (return shipping by US Express Mail) URGENT: 1-2 business days guaranteed completion time = $300 (return shipping by FedEx/UPS overnight)

    Single Track Mastering

    Maximum 5 minutes of audio per track. Fully Analyzed Tracks/ Best Commercial Sound. Tracks can be uploaded online and will be returned electronically. Audio master CD, mp3 master file or USB Flash/CD-R master can be purchased for an additional charge. Rates are listed according to service timeline. STANDARD: typical 3-5 business day completion = $25 per track (Add $3 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) RUSH: 2-3 business day guaranteed completion = $40 per track (Add $7 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) *URGENT: 1 business day guaranteed completion = $55 per track FedEx/UPS overnight shipping = $30 (Add $12 for each additional minute over the 5 minute maximum.) *1 business day guarantee order must be submitted to us by 12 Noon.

    Multiple Album/CD Mastering

    Huslas Repazent offers discounted rates for mastering multiple CDs as part of a single service order. These CDs may be mastered as part of a multi-CD set or as separate, distinct albums. Rates are provided for Standard timeline only (call for rush pricing). One full CD mastering (up to 20 tracks, 80 minutes)= $175. Two CD mastering (up to 40 tracks, 160 minutes) = $300. Three CD mastering (up to 60 tracks, 240 minutes) = $400. Four or more CDs - contact us for pricing.

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    About Engineer

    Graduate of the Audio Institute Of America.

    Larry (N.U.G.A.maan) Zeigler known as NUGA was born and raised in Chattanooga, TN. His first introduction to music was at the age of 9. He started a group with his cousin (a year older) where he composed beats as well as written songs. At that time, HIP HOP was transitioning to younger artist (i.e. Kris Kross, Another Bad Creation). They performed in numerous events, malls, and contest and even events that casted R&B superstar Usher Raymond whom also is from Chattanooga, TN.

    Although there was minimum commercial success, the underground stayed strong for him. He and his cousin was separated based from a move yet that did not stop NUGA hustle. He continued to master his talent in the art as well as production. Throughout this learning curve he gained a degree in Designing Engineering (another passion he developed), attended the American Audio Institute, and was able to start up his own recording label (and entertainment and artist development company). Since then he has developed a number of artist and distributed 4 albums and 8 singles to date. His music can be heard on most digital music sites, i.e. iTunes, XBox music, and amazon music.

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    Qualify for stage time

    *5 minutes of clean material *Email one picture to huslasrep@huslasrepazent.com *Name and Stage name (if different) *Showcase will be recorded *Mild to Explicit profanity not allowed (automatic disqualification) *Must be signed in by 7:00PM

    Electronic Raffle Tickets

    *Pay online via Paypal *Electronic Raffle Ticket will be emailed to you within 24 hours *Save email for your records to confirm your prize once contest ends *Raffle tickets purchased online ends June 15th - Raffle ticket contest ends Saturday June 21, 2014 at the end of show - Winner of Raffle Ticket contest will be announced at the end of show. *Winning tickets will be issued to the winner at event or we will mail then out to you via USPS 2 day priority mail. *You may also request to pick them up at the Stardome box office by contacting us @ 1-888-788-7380 *Please email your contact info and mailing address to huslasrep@huslasrepazent.com

    T-Shirts

    *First 25 Tickets sold get a Free StandUP ShowDOWN T-Shirt *T-Shirts go on sale after June 21, 2014 *T-Shirts will be shipped to you via USPS (additional terms may apply) please call 1-888-788-7380