It makes sense that musicians and producers are heavy into technology. Making music today involves a gang of expensive gizmos, gadgets, and software that only the technologically savvy could operate. At least that's the way it sounds when you listen to Jeremy Reeves, one-third of the Grammy-nominated production group the Stereotypes, explain his studio set-up. The multi-instrumentalist (drums, piano, guitar) who has produced tracks for Ne-Yo and Danity Kane took some time out of his schedule after a busy European stint to chop it up with us about why he may never ditch his BlackBerry, his Apple fanboy-ism, and a few of his other must-have pieces of tech.

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