Daniel Keller is the founder of Get It In Writing and a strong advocate for promotion and marketing within and for the music industry. He has played bass since he was a teenager and built his first recording studio (4 track) in his early 20s. Daniel worked in several studios, including Cherokee in Los Angles, before working as the artist relations director for Shure. Along the way, he developed his skills and networking, which has aided many people and companies within the industry by bringing people together. He focused on product design at TASCAM while working on the USB DAW controller before forming Get It In Writing in 2002. Having a strong interest and knowledge in marketing, Daniel has provided TEC Tracks training at the NAMM Shows and sits on the Board for the Robert Moog Foundation.
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