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Red Bull Music meets producer Pantason, who turned his car into a recording studio.

He wanted to make it much easier to record the great artists that he worked with and be able to capture their imagination on record wherever they were. He modded out his car with recording equipment, making it a mobile pro studio. Pantason says that the sound that he captures within the car is actually sometimes even better than a proper recording studio and that he loves the DIY feel of doing it in his old motor.

Pantason works with some of the hottest artists in Jamaica and produces some of the best records around. We also learn about his skills in creating dubplates. Dubplates are a vital part of Reggae and Dancehall music. It’s a backing track to a song that informs the vibe and style of the final piece. The documentary shows us the innovation that some artists are putting in that allows them to create the music that they want, no matter where they are.

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