11:00 – 12:00
Join Owen Taylor on behalf of Access To Music, the creative college, as he delves into the art of remixing! This sessions will give you loads of tips and tricks for creating better and better remixes.
12:00 – 13:00
Join London-based music producer and songwriter Hannah Vasanth, who has recorded, produced, performed and written with artists such as Stormzy, Rihanna, Jessie J, Mousse T, JP Cooper, and many more. She’ll be on hand to offer tips and tricks for working in the industry with world-renowned artists and will show you how to use RSL’s Music Production syllabus to get your foot in the door.
13:00 – 14:00
The company that launched artists including Stormzy, Ed Sheeran and Dodie guides you through the steps required to turn your passion for music into your full-time career.
14:00 – 15:00
Lempo and Ruff Diamond team up for this production workshop, deconstructing their official remix of ‘No No No’ by reggae royalty Dawn Penn & Havantek to give you a step-by-step demonstration of what goes into the creation of a killer record! Furthermore, you’re in safe hands: Lempo, the founder of Applique Music, has 13 number-ones across download stores, most recently remixing Snoop Dogg and General Levy. Ruff Diamond, meanwhile, is a songwriter/producer who has sold multi-millions of records, notching up hits with everyone from Beyonce to Mark Morrison to Teedra Moses.
15:00 – 16:00
Steinberg product specialist and veteran drum and bass/jungle producer and mastering engineer Sappo will show you his production and mastering techniques and secrets to make your tracks stand out in Cubase Pro 9, which he used on the recent Beatport Number 1 Release for Technique Recordings, their huge “Technique Summer 2017 LP”. With over 20 years of credits, Sappo has mastered for some of the biggest names and labels in drum and bass, including Flex Records, V Recordings, Technique Recordings, Exit, Chimpo, Ruffneck ting, Totally Dubwise, dope Ammo Criterion, Aries, DJ Rap , kenny ken , Voltage and many more for both vinyl & digital.
16:00 – 17:00
Learn to compose and perform live electronic music in this session with SAE’s Robert Finder, Audio Programme Coordinator, and Francesco Redente, Electronic Music Production Head Lecturer. This demonstration is for producers who want to take their work to the stage and learn more about performing live. We’ll demonstrate organising, designing and customising your hardware and software set up. We will look at live performance technology, improvisation techniques, real-time sound design, mixing, audio editing and production strategies. Providing you with strategies tailored to hardware and software, this workshop will demonstrate a range of techniques that you can use to create your own unique live performance.