Silicon Valley comes to Tuxedo, and there's music in those hills

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Set in the bucolic hills of Sterling Forest lies a nondescript building where computer magic happens. A place where computers get their brains, their directions, their marching orders. The man behind the curtain, or hidden in the trees, is Wayne Reuvers, a South African American whose love of computer programming is matched only by his love for the United States and music. Reuvers is the founder and Chief Strategy Officer of LiveTechnology Holdings , a dominant player in the mar­keting automation, versioning, and customization industry. He has founded seven companies and is an investor in nine, having raised and invested more than $35 mil­ lion in these organizations. At the age of 14, he developed, marketed, and sold his first software product, a technical analysis program for the stock market called Graph­ It.

With his latest brainchild, MCioud, he hopes to revolutionize the music industry for musicians and music lovers. Reuvers says that MCloud's mission is, "To connect the world's musicians, music professionals and music lovers; to make it easy for them to share their Physical World with their Digital Life. For the first time, fans and followers can access a musician's content in one place: their social feeds, music videos from YouTube, music and playlists from Spotify, Amazon Music, CD Baby, Pandora and more." His MCloud, he describes, will tie every existing music platform into one neat package, a hub in the wheel where information would flow to and from all of the enti­ties.

Reuvers has enlisted the help of Hudson Valley entrepreneur and singer­ songwriter Rob Cannillo to lend his perspective and expertise to the project. Together, they feel they are creating an exciting, easy to use, fun platform that musicians and music lovers will want to be part of.

On Friday, April 26, the public is invited to an MCloud presentation at LiveTechnology Holdings headquarters in Tuxedo, New York. Musical performances by some of the Hudson Valley's best singer-songwriters will be part of the presentation from 4 to 6 p.m. Only a limited number of seats are available. To reserve a seat and for more in­formation, reach out to Josh DeReuck at

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