Music Live 10 6-8 November at the NEC
If you fancy browsing some discounted studio gear and sitting in on some seminars with music industry pros then you need to make sure you're free the weekend of the 6-8 November, because the 10th Music Live show is coming to the Birmingham NEC. Check out this footage of last year’s show:
This year’s highlights will include the launch of the PreSonus Studio One DAW, production seminars from SAE, and a seminar from JAMES (Joint Audio Media Services) entitled ‘The Modern Music Industry; Surviving And Innovating In A Download World’ on Friday 6 November featuring a panel including Tommy D (producer/songwriter KT Tunstall, Corinne Bailey Rae, Kylie, Spice Girls, Kanye West and Beyonce), Russ Russell (producer/engineer Dimmu Borgir, SikTh, Wildhearts and Napalm Death) and George Shilling (engineer/producer Bernard Butler, Primal Scream and My Bloody Valentine).
For full details, check out the show’s website.