Things to Do in San Francisco

Headed to San Francisco for Music Expo? If you’re coming from out of town, you might not know what’s around or where to go. No worries, we did the research for you! Read on for info on where Music Expo will be held and how to get there!

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Get to Know: Jonell Polansky

At Music Expo Nashville, Jonell is leading a session called The Singers Ultimate Challenge: Developing Your Vocal Identity. She will share tips on how to demystify the vocal recording session. Working with artists to develop their “vocal identity” is Polansky’s specialty, and she will discuss how to empower a great vocal performance in the studio, develop a ‘vocal vocabulary,’ and work with a variety of personalities.

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Get to Know: Breaking Into The Music Business and the Recorded Industry and Staying There

Breaking into the Music Business can be intimidating, that's why we're bringing this panel to Music Expo Nashville! Music Row’s Sherod Robertson will moderate a Q&A with Grammy Award-winning Recording Engineer Zach Allen to discuss how to prepare for a recording session, how to speed up workflow in the studio, the Do’s and Don'ts in the recording studio, and how to use technical problems as opportunities.

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Get to Know: Greg "Stryke" Chin

Get to Know Greg “Stryke” Chin! Greg is a Miami based techno, house, & electronic music producer and DJ with production work spanning a plethora of labels such as Plastic City, Ovum, Murk, Circle, Tronic, Monoid, Guidance, Nervous, Azuli, Defected, Dutchie, petFood, & many more. He is also a Music Technologist and a member of the Pro Audio Team at Avid. 

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Get to Know: The Changing Business & Craft of Nashville Songwriting Presented by Song Assembly

Last week, we introduced Steve Leslie, one of our speakers for Music Expo Nashville. Steve will be leading a session on his own called The Craft of Writing a Country Song, which you can read about here. He’ll also be leading this panel to discuss hot button issues; writing with the artist, publishers as A&R, track guys and union demos, how technology affects the craft and Country radio singles and the album cut. The panel will consist of professional songwriters from the glory days of the 1990’s and the new young guns. So let us introduce…

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Things to Do in Nashville

Headed to Nashville for Music Expo? If you’re coming from out of town, you might not know what’s around or where to go. No worries, we did the research for you! Read on for info on where Music Expo will be held and how to get there!

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Get to Know: Matt Leigh

Get to Know Matt Leigh! Matt will be speaking at Music Expo Nashville 2018. He is a GRAMMY®-Nominated Producer, Engineer, Bassist and Educator working as Studio Manager and Head Engineer at The Tracking Room.

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Get to Know: Brand Your Band to Get More Fans Panel

This powerful panel is all about how artists can create and use their brand to get more fans. Making great music is not enough to achieve and sustain your success. You’re competing every day against other talented artists for the hearts and minds of the same audience. So, having a distinctive, memorable, and motivating brand helps you rise above the clutter and noise. Our branding experts will discuss how to create a brand, use it to tell your story, build awareness and familiarity, and measure qualitative and quantitative impact.

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Get to Know: Steve Leslie

Get to Know Steve Leslie! Steve will be speaking at Music Expo Nashville 2018. He is the co-founder of Song Assembly and his credits include Kenny Rogers, Mark Chesnutt, George Strait, Darryl Worley, Rhonda Vincent, Neal McCoy, Ricky Skaggs, Darius Rucker, and more.

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How to Get Your Music Heard

Got a new track coming out? One of the most discouraging thing for artists is to put all this time and effort into the recording process just for the new material to flop at release. If this has happened to you, don’t feel bad! It happens to everyone. Today, we want to give you tips on how to get your music heard, so you never see a track flop again. 

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