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Meet the music producer from East L.A.

Oscar Reyes is currently a senior at East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy at Torres High School. He plans to attend East Los Angeles College and transfer to Los Angeles Trade Tech after graduation. Reyes is also trying to major in Music Production. The school he is interested in going to is L.A. Film School, which…
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oscar reyes

February 3, 2017

Oscar Reyes is currently a senior at East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy at Torres High School. He plans to attend East Los Angeles College and transfer to Los Angeles Trade Tech after graduation. Reyes is also trying to major in Music Production.

The school he is interested in going to is L.A. Film School, which has a major in Music Production. He has good skills on FL Studio, which is a Digital Audio Workstation also known as DAW. He will be the first one in the family who goes to college and will try to transfer to many other colleges if possible.

He is bilingual in English and Spanish. He also likes to travel to many places to discover new diversities. He enjoys eating food from other cultures. He mostly enjoys to eat American and Mexican food. He really doesn’t have a favorite Mexican food because they all taste good. But he really likes to eat hamburgers and pizza.

He has a passion in listening different types of music. He likes to hear instrumental hip hop/ trap and Memphis rap. All he listens to is underground rappers such as 21 Savage, Famous Dex, and many more.

His experience on FL Studio is pretty good; he has made some instrumental-type songs and they all go in rhythm.

Reyes likes to watch many types of sports like baseball and basketball. His favorite baseball team are the Los Angeles Dodgers, even though they didn’t win the championships he still roots for them. His favorite basketball team is the Los Angeles Lakers.

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