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Electronic Sound Summit has announced a huge wave of guest speakers and topics for its much anticipated conference at various venues around Liverpool from 28th February to March 1st 2020. These include the likes of house stars Detroit Swindle, Music Production Software Company Izotope, Sam Holt from Colluded Management, a Co-Director from the Loop, Relationship Manager from PRS For Music and many more.
First up is the exciting news that DJ and producer duo Detroit Swindle host a conversation entitled Ask Us Anything, while Rory Palmer-Rowe, a Creative Strategist at Ph. Creative features on a panel entitled Social Media: Friend or Foe?, Music Production Software Company Izotope host a Masterclass: “iZotope’s Assistive Audio Technology: What is it, how does it work, and what can it really do for you?” and Steve Rolles, Senior Policy Analyst at Transform Drug Policy London talks on a panel entitled Drug Testing for Dance Music.Other topics include Confessions of a ghost producer, Approaching Record Labels, a Masterclass in Sound Design and a panel Going Full time in Music.
All this latest wave of announcements comes on top of the first wave announcement that included news of workshops and masterclasses by certified trainers and world renowned artists, Ableton demos, Music Production Masterclasses from the legendary Crazy P, immensely talented Alex Banks and the DJ Mag ‘Best of British’ nominated Elliot Adamson, as well as insight on topics such as Artist Management, Utilising PR, Data Transmission In Conversation: Mentorship in Music, and The Art of a Warm Up DJ amongst many more.
The Electronic Sound Summit was founded in 2018 by the Liverpool Audio Network (LAN). Education, inspiration, and connectivity are core values for this vital conference and there is a real focus on providing networking, contacts and opportunities for new and upcoming artists to learn from and build relationships with established members of Liverpool’s already thriving scene.
This new resource is set to become an annual feature in the North West’s music scene, and one that brings together fans, professionals and dance music lovers of all backgrounds. This latest wave of news is another bold one that proves how essential Electronic Sound Summit is set to become.