Steve Belgrave, music producer, mix and recording engineer whose clients include, The Rolling Stones, U2, Beady Eye (Just to name a few) has a look at the Steinberg UR44 for the Music Producers Forum. Read more »
In November 2007 the Music Producers Forum had its humble beginnings with a blog post announcing it’s first meetup in a Sydney Cafe. Fast forward to October 2014, and the community has somewhat grown exponentially with close to 30,000 social network members worldwide. Read more »
Never before have independent artists and bands had better access to shooting a music video with such powerful media tools to enable them show their craft in cinematic and broadcast quality. YouTube now provides open distribution infrastructure that delivers full high definition content (1080p) and the equipment to for high definition broadcast ready music video production can now be purchased in a consumer electronics and whitegoods store.
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Sound design is a term commonly used in film, television, advertising, radio, gaming, App development and other forms of digital media, but also exists in the realms of live performance, theatre, sound art and much more. Read more »
It seems like the mainstream music world is discovering electronic dance music slow and steady pace, with a groundswell heading for a global EDM explosion. Today, from news specials to its domination of pop radio hits, it’s everywhere. Throughout the genre’s history, big-name DJs have typically come from the Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, and other European nations, but now, the rest of the world is starting to catch up. American DJs are finally mastering the art and are quickly on the rise. In May 2013, YourEDM reported on the surprising growing popularity of EDM in China. Read more »
Iconic producer, songwriter and musician, Nile Rodgers featured at the New Music Seminar in 2014, putting this event as one of the Music Industry’s most essential event... Read more »
The New Music Seminar is one of the oldest music industry events running. It had it's beginnings in 1980 when over 200 people convened at a New York City rehearsal studio to talk about the future of the music industry. Over the next 15 years, this event was a key music industry forum that gathered thought leaders from artists, producers and industry executives.
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