The third and final day of BPM ended the massive DJ expo in style, as the futuristic-looking NEC in Birmingham played host to a large number of young people at the special educational day.
The keen young music and DJ enthusiasts were in their element, testing out a vast variety of products from Pioneer, Numark, Denon, Novation and more…
Liam’s final seminar of BPM 2013 was the best of the three, receiving rapturous applause for his final topic which focused on Dubstep production. He was continually besieged by youngsters throughout the day.
Ableton and Point Blank had a large presence, with their seminar zone a big draw, covering all the essentials of Live and Push and how to use them in harmony to your best advantage
We call this next shot ‘Children of the Korg’:
The MusicTech stand was constantly busy, with many young people, educational institutions and DJs asking more about the magazine, website and our top hints, tips and of course our whopping BPM prize draw.
After an intense and hugely enjoyable three days BPM 2013 came to a close at 5pm Monday afternoon with many happy young DJs leaving the arena with new gear and perhaps most importantly – new knowledge.