We’re delighted to announce that our very own Liam O’Mullane is set to be one of this years seminar speakers at the prestigious MPS show.
Liam’s seminars will deal with the nuts and bolts of making better dubstep and trance tracks using Ableton Live and Akai’s MPC40. Amongst the other seminar highlights this year at MPS is an intriguing seminar entitled ‘Jitter’ by the legendary sound engineer Dave Hill, also Presonus will be demonstrating their Studio One DAW and marketing platform Nimbit. All in all, this years’ event looks set to be another unmissable expo. Read on for the official press release.
Press Release: Music Production Show 2013 Confirms Exciting Seminar Line-up For November Event
The Music Production Show 2013 returns to the Emirates Stadium in North London on 29 and 30 November – bringing with it a host of free-to-attend seminars alongside the latest recording gear from some of the industry’s biggest brands.
Among the seminar highlights, legendary audio electronics engineer Dave Hill (founder of Crane Song and Dave Hill Designs) is set to present a seminar – exclusive to MPS in Europe – entitled ‘Jitter: What It Sounds Like And What You Can Do About It’. Given Hill’s pre-eminence in audio design, the seminar will be of great interest to professional audio engineers and ambitious students alike.
PreSonus are also to host a seminar session aimed at helping visitors to propel their career with its Nimbit direct-to-fan online music distribution service. The ‘Marketing and Selling Your Music’ slot will demonstrate how to use PreSonus’s Studio One DAW to record, master and release music, then marketing it to a fanbase with Nimbit.
Two seminars hosted by MusicTech magazine’s Liam O’Mullane will deal specifically with the nuts and bolts of making better dubstep and trance tracks, particularly aimed at DJ/producers. O’Mullane (a pro drum’n’bass scratch DJ with more than 500 bookings including London’s Movement event and Radio 1Xtra dates) will demonstrate various techniques combining Ableton Live software and hardware including Ableton’s Push and the Akai MPC40.
Tickets for MPS2013 are priced at £12 in advance (£15 on the door) and are available from www.musicproductionshow.co.uk Discounts are available for educational group bookings.