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Producer Sessions Live 2013 – Leading artists share studio secrets and essential advice with emerging talent

Producer Sessions Live 2013

Future Publishing Limited has announced the Producer Sessions Live 2013, the UK’s premier event for hi-tech music, bringing together intimate tutorial sessions from the biggest names in music production alongside the chance to get hands-on with the latest hi-tech recording gear within a studio environment.

Producer Sessions Live 2013 debuts in Manchester at the School of Sound Recording (SSR), and for the third time returns to SAE London in the heart of the City’s creative hub, Shoreditch.

Hosted by Future Music and Computer Music – the leading technique, technology and software brands for the electronic music industry, 24 sessions will take place featuring world renowned pro producers showcasing how they create their hits, with attendees receiving exclusive access and essential advice.

In London the entire SAE building will be taken over to present five floors and twenty demo rooms filled with tutorials and the latest gear to try from monitors, microphones and MIDI controllers to synths, sequencers and software. Plus, experts from the top manufacturers will be on hand to answer any questions.

Confirmed for sessions so far: Bot, Gary Bromham, Luke Solomon & Shadow Child, Kirk Degiorgo, James Hockley, Mark JB, Dom Kane, Jagz Kooner, Steve Mac, Rob Papen, Nu:Tone, Stefano Ritteri, Sharooz and StoneBridge.

Rob Last, Publisher says “These events deliver unrivalled insight into how professional music producers create their hits, that’s why we attract people with real passion for making music. Add in the fact the music industry comes together to showcase their products and you a have fantastic event for music producers. We are also pleased to be back this year with events in both the North and South, and look forward to networking with aspiring talent.”

The Producer Sessions Live 2013 will take place on:

  • 7 & 8 September 2013, London
  • 28 September 2013, Manchester

Tickets are on sale now, priced at £69 GBP for 2 days (all access) / £39 GBP for 1 day (all access), or £15 GBP for 1 day entry only + individual session at £7.50 GBP each.

More information: Producer Sessions Live 2013

IMSTA FESTA Los Angeles 2013

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IMSTA FESTA 2013

On May 19th, the International Music Software Trade Association and SAE Institute Los Angeles will partner to host IMSTA FESTA, a celebration of music technology. IMSTA FESTA brings a collection of top music technology companies together in an environment where they can interact with music makers face-to-face.

IMSTA FESTA is known for bringing heavyweight music industry professionals under one roof for this limited engagement. Our panels bring together an array of industry experts to discuss the state of the music business, technology and much more.

IMSTA FESTA is a FREE event open to anyone interested in the art of music making; professional and semi-professional musicians, songwriters, music producers, and audio engineers, as well as music students and educators.

IMSTA FESTA Highlights

  • Network with LA’s “heavy hitters” in the music community.
  • Get hands-on with the latest music production products in the market.
  • Learn tips & tricks from knowledgeable product specialists.
  • Gain unique insight into the music industry by attending highly educational panels.
  • Win prizes from top audio technology companies.
  • Receive a free gift for visiting our exhibiting companies.

Exhibitors and sponsors include Air, Akai, Alesis, Arturia, Blue Microphones, Cakewalk, Celemony Melodyne, d16 Group, Electronic Musician, FableSounds, Gobbler, Grammy P&E, Guitar Center, inMusic, Keyboard Magazine, M-Audio, McDSP, Music Connection, MusicLab, Music Marketing, Native Instruments, Playground Sessions by Quincy Jones, Propellerhead, SONiVOX, SSL, Sonnox, Steinberg, Sugar Bytes, WaveDNA, and Zynaptiq.

Attendance to IMSTA FESTA is free with registration.

More information: IMSTA FESTA

Steinberg offers SAE students Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition

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Steinberg has announced that its Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition is available as welcome profile package for more than 1,600 first-semester students of 26 SAE Institutes across Europe.

Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition

The pack comprises light editions of the Cubase 6 music production software and WaveLab 7 audio editing software.

“It is eminently important to us that our students learn the established methods and tools of trade. Steinberg’s software most certainly falls into that category. We are therefore pleased that our audio engineer students now receive the Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition here in Europe. Especially Cubase, with its many flexible tools, is suitable for the different working methods and helps our students make good use of their creativity in the production process, right from the start,” commented Rüdi Grieme, director of operations for SAE Europe.

“Steinberg greatly appreciates this cooperation with an important — if not the most important — institution educating in new creative technologies,” remarked Frank Simmerlein, director of marketing at Steinberg.

Cubase LE 6 features

  • Based on the award-winning 32-bit floating-point Steinberg audio engine, the Cubase LE 6 music production software supports up to 24 MIDI tracks, eight instrument tracks, 16 audio tracks and eight physical inputs simultaneously in 24-bit and 96 kHz audio quality.
  • Boasting the HALion Sonic SE workstation instrument with full GM compatibility and over 180 instrument presets, Cubase LE 6 offers an array of audio and MIDI recording, editing and mixing tools plus 16 effect processors.
  • Other highlights include score editing, real-time pitch-shifting and time-stretching capabilities, the MediaBay content management tool and the Project Assistant with dozens of templates for quick and easy setup.

WaveLab LE 7 features

  • With up to 96 kHz sample rate and 32-bit resolution, the 2-track WaveLab LE 7 audio editing and mastering tool provides a range of audio plug-ins based on the latest version of Virtual Studio Technology (VST).
  • Its flexible window architecture allows the user to reorganize the windows for efficient usability.
  • Also available in WaveLab LE 7 are extensive podcast and publishing options plus an audio CD grabbing tool for extracting audio tracks from music CDs to many popular formats.

On October 13–14, 2011, Steinberg is exhibiting its latest products at the seventh SAE Alumni Convention at the SAE Berlin.

Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition is available in the SAE Profile Packs for first-semester students of the SAE in 26 institutions across Europe. An upgrade from the Steinberg LE Pack SAE Edition to Cubase Elements 6 and WaveLab Elements 7 is available in Europe through the SAE student store for EUR 49 including German VAT. Pricing may vary for other countries.

More information: Steinberg

Producer Sessions Live 2011, UK event with tutorial sessions & hands-on recording gear

After a sold-out launch event in 2010, Producer Sessions Live 2011 features more producers, more gear and more opportunity for today’s music makers to get on the fast track to success.

Producer Sessions Live

Taking place at the state-of-the-art SAE London studios on Sept 3rd and 4th, Producer Sessions Live 2011 features intimate tutorial sessions from some of the biggest names in music production, alongside the chance to get hands-on with the latest hi-tech gear.

As the creators of countless chart and club hits, Artful Dodger, Dave Spoon, Nu:Tone, Danny Byrd, D.Ramirez, Stonebridge, Starsmith and many more will be giving you the chance to learn the tips and tricks that make hits for megastars such as Lady Gaga, Jay Z, Kylie, Kayne West, Robyn, and Tinnie Tempah in a series of workshop master classes.

Run by Future Publishing’s MusicRadar.com, Future Music and Computer Music magazines, Producer Sessions Live also features gear rooms filled with everything from mixing desks to synths and software, with experts on hand to demo the kit and answer your questions.

And get involved with Producer Sessions Live 2011 right now via our amazing remix competition. Head to www.soundcloud.com/producersessionslive and download the parts to Joey Negro’s No Sugar. Remix it, upload your mix to the PSL SoundCloud drop box and you’re in with a chance of winning a gear bundle worth over £3,000! The best remix will be chosen by Joey Negro himself and a panel of producers on the final day of Producer Sessions Live.

Day tickets for the Producer Sessions Live 2011 are available at £10 GPB including free entry to The Ministry of Sound’s huge Saturday night party where Producer Sessions Live will be hosting the Baby Box with exclusive sets from Steve Mac and Mat Playford.

More information: Producer Sessions Live

Confirmed Producer Sessions so far: Stonebridge, Danny Byrd, Adam White, Florian Meindl, Richard Dinsdale, Solo, D.Ramirez, Sharooz, Starsmith, Steve Mac, Kid Massive, Artful Dodger, Nu:Tone, Dave Spoon, James Reynolds, James Hockley, Tommy D and Dom Kane with more on the way!

Ableton and SAE expand partnership

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Ableton has announced an expanded partnership with SAE institutes in the United States.

Ableton is pleased to announce that, effective immediately, new students enrolled in the Audio Technology Program (ATP) at all SAE Institutes in the USA will automatically receive Ableton Live 8 as part of their accompanying Audio Production Bundle. The bundle contains a collection of industry-standard software and hardware, to which Ableton is excited to add Live 8.

Ableton SAE Fall Tour

In recognition of this new joint commitment, Ableton and SAE will hold a series of workshop events from August to October 2011, at SAE Institutes worldwide.

At each Ableton-SAE Fall Tour event, Ableton specialists will offer insight into production techniques using Ableton Live, suitable for artists and producers of any skill level. Every workshop will be free of charge and open to the public.

More information: Ableton

IMSTA FESTA 2011 – The Future of Music Technology

IMSTA FESTA comes back to New York for the second year running after a very successful inaugural event in 2010. This year’s focus will be on The Future of Music Technology showcasing what’s hot and what’s next for music makers around the world.

IMSTA FESTA brings a collection of the top audio technology companies together in an environment where they can interact with music makers face-to-face. Anyone who makes music will benefit from this event in a number of ways.

IMSTA FESTA is a FREE event. Doors open at 11:00AM and we go until 7:00PM. Open to anyone interested in the art of music making; professionals, semi-Pros, hobbyists and students. All visitors must register on-line www.imsta.org. Early registration is recommended.

Lots of new highlights to come for 2011!

IMSTA FESTA 2011

2010 EVENT highlights

  • All the top music technology companies gathered in a hands-on environment. MORE THIS YEAR!
  • Attendees packed in for the Shocklee Innertainment Panel Series hosted by Shocklee Entertainment. These panels included industry heavy weights that coached visitors on how to get the most out of their music. BACK FOR 2011!
  • Visitors were encouraged to enter Akon’s Hitlab Song Competition for a chance to perform in front of Akon and win a record label contract. The first, second and third place winners also received software prize packages from world-class music software companies.
  • Just for attending, visitors received $100 of FREE software courtesy of IK Multimedia.
  • Finally, Mr. Clyde Stubblefield, the ‘funky drummer’ from James Brown’s band of the 60′s and 70′s made his first New York appearance in ages and blow the audience away!

IMSTA FESTA takes place 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, Saturday September 24, 2011, at the SAE Institute in New York.

More information: IMSTA

IK Multimedia announces software partnership with SAE campuses in USA

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IK Multimedia has announced a software partnership with SAE campuses in USA.

From the press release:

IK Multimedia is pleased to announce a new strategic software alliance with SAE Institute in the U.S. Now SAE audio school students who begin the Audio Diploma course in July 2009 at any SAE Institute campus in the US will receive IK Multimedia’s Total Studio 2 Bundle as part of the Laptop Production Package at no additional cost to their regular package price.

The 12 included software programs in IK’s Total Studio Bundle 2 will greatly enhance the production and processing ability of the current SAE recording, sequencing and mixing bundle. SAE’s students now have access to IK’s award winning virtual instrument and FX plug-ins, including award-winning T-RackS 3 Mastering and Mixing software, and most of IK’s “Powered by SampleTank and “Powered by AmpliTube” products.

Visit IK Multimedia for more information.

Ardour 2.7 SAE Edition now available for OS X/Intel

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Ardour / SAE

Ardour, the open source digital audio workstation, is now available in a native version for Intel Mac, Ardour 2.7 SAE Edition.

In April 2007, SAE Institute agreed to become a corporate sponsor for the Ardour project. Focus of the collaboration between Paul Davis, creator and developer of Ardour, and Armand Klenk, Head Instructor Audio at SAE Munich, was the development of an OS X version of the Linux-based software. A special student version, created in a parallel effort, will now make the open-source digital audio workstation even more accessible to beginners. With contributions from other Ardour developers, particularly Nick Mainsbridge and assistance from the GTK/OSX team, we are pleased to announce the first public release of the Ardour/SAE version.

The SAE version has a slimmed down user interface, alternate keybindings and a different menu layout than “Ardour Classic”. It also has a few limitations designed to make things simpler for people just starting to use a DAW. However, both versions are completely compatible with each other, and sessions created with one version (on any platform) can be used with the other.

Visit the Ardour website for more information.