Founder and Owner of Music Player Network
David Bryce is a composer/producer living in the Thousand Oaks area of California. Specializing in keyboards and synthesizers, Bryce is also comfortable with guitar, bass and drums. He can (sort of) play some horns and really enjoys singing...but wishes he was better at both.
He has played with and/or done programming for such diverse artists as Keith Emerson, Miles Davis, Suzanne Ciani and Joe Satriani. He currently plays keyboards and guitar for the semi-acoustic classic hits band Rabbit Valet, is a member of the rock and roll roots band BigTown, and is a co-founder of the Funky Young Monks recording project.
David operates his own state of the art professional recording studio where he does music, voice overs and audio production for a variety of friends and clients, and spends more than a bit of time consulting with a very cool assortment of high end professional audio and electronic musical instrument manufacturers.
He is the one of the founders and owner of www.musicplayer.com, and wrote feature articles and product reviews for Keyboard magazine when it was still published.
He also makes an excellent lasagna.
Session: Getting The Best From Music Journalists
Panel members include: Steve Fortner (Keyboard Magazine), Craig Anderton (Author, Electronic Musician), David Bryce (Music Player Network), Mike Metlay (Recording Magazine), Thomas Mikusz (White Bear PR) and Barry Rudolph (Mix Magazine and Music Connection). The panel discussion will tell you as a musician, how to interface with music journalists to promote your career in the changing face of the music business.