He premiered the Boomdizzle Virtual Recording studio at CES. He is the co-founder of the brand which he started in 2008.
“The problem was: I’m in L.A.; my producer or my engineer’s in New York. I want to go in the studio tonight, but I want to collaborate,” LL Cool J stated in Vegas at the Convention Center. “I don’t want to email you my track and then you email me back your bass line, then I email you back a vocal and then you email me back a drum and then we email back and forth and back and forth.”
To demonstrate the technology, LL recorded a song on Tuesday in front of an audience at CES while his engineer was in New York. It’s a “simple, accessible user interface,” he said. “I think that that basically revolutionizes the world of music. If LL Cool J was 16, 17 years old and I was just starting out, I think I would grow vampire teeth to sink my teeth into this product.”