It's time to plan your day at Music Expo Nashville. Start your day learning how to break into the Music Business and end with our prizes and giveaways, where you'll have the chance to walk away with over $5,000 of free gear, software, and swag!Read More
Multi-City conference for music makers returns to SAE Expression College in San Francisco on November 10th, 2018.Read More
Music Expo, the multi-city conference series for music makers in partnership with Sound On Sound, announces the first-ever 'Music Expo Nashville' set for Saturday, Sept. 22nd. Hosted by SAE Institute, the day-long exhibition will feature keynote presentations, panels and educational workshops led by top producers, engineers, songwriters, music industry leaders and tastemakers. Breakout sessions will focus on specialist areas in music creation, technology and business, and will offer aspiring talent the opportunity to learn from some of the most successful music creators.
Though the speaker line-up is yet to be announced, previous events have seen the likes of Gary Noble (Faith Evans, Amy Winehouse), Vance Powell (Jack White, Chris Stapleton), Roger Linn, Piper Payne (Ray Cooper, The She’s), Maria Elisa Ayerbe (Ricky Martin, Marc Anthony, JLo) and many more.
Early bird tickets are $15 and are available now (HERE) until July 31st.
“Our mission is to provide a platform that encourages dialogue between music creators, and after five years in other cities, we are really excited to bring Music Expo to Nashville for the first time with the help of SAE Institute. Nashville is a music hub for so many creators, musicians, producers and songwriters, and we hope to be apart of that, and provide more opportunities for the creative community to gather,” said Loïc Maestracci, Founder of Music Expo.
Earlier this year, Music Expo held full-day conferences in Miami, FL and Boston, MA. Digital music publication Based Boston remarked, “...events such as Music Expo are integral in providing educational opportunities for all types of creatives, especially in cities where resources and infrastructure exist on a smaller scale than the New York City’s and Los Angeles.”Read More
Music Expo Boston in partnership with Sound On Sound and hosted by The Record Co., sold out all tickets for its second consecutive year. Created for music makers it included the largest line-up to date with 30+ top-flight speakers and exhibitors
Thanks to all who turned out and joined us at Music Expo Boston! We were thrilled to have the one andy only Venomisto join us and present “Unmix to Remix” for all the music producers, remixers and fans in the audience.
Venomisto showcased his vocal extraction workflow in TRAX Pro, and then went deep into spectral editing techniques. He also highlighted our quick and simple pro-sumer approach using XTRAX STEMS, and the powerful results that can come from that tool alone. He then played his file through NI Traktor, to show just how easy it is to create Stems and do a mashup. The crowd response was great!
Lastly, Venomisto brought in Ableton Live and showcased his creative methods for improving an extraction for a remix. He finished it all up with a Q&A session.
We want to give a big shoutout to Loic, Christina and the rest of the Music Expo team for putting together such a great event, and to The Record Co. for hosting.
A good time was had by all, with educational sessions, networking opportunities, and some awesome prizes.
We look forward to getting involved in Music Expo again in the future!Read More
Last weekend the Music Expo Boston went underway at The Record Co., a non-profit music incubator on Mass. Ave. in Boston was transformed into an expo with speakers all day talking about various topics regarding music business. While Boston isn’t necessarily known for music business, but when events like this pop up it changes the trend.
Over the weekend, Boston played host for Music Expo’s 2018 season as musicians and music industry professionals gathered together to learn and network at The Record Company studio.
As a ‘music institution committed to facilitating dialog between music makers’, events such as Music Expo are integral in providing educational opportunities for all types of creatives, especially in cities such as Boston where resources and infrastructure exist on a smaller scale than the New York City’s and Los Angeles’ of the world.Read More