11:00 – 12:00
With today’s tech it’s so easy to just plug n play and let the kit control you! But back in the day, DJs only had their ears and no screen to look at. In this session, Johnathan The DJ Tutor gives you a step back in time on what it was like and how mixing “the old school way” can give your set a true organic feel – even with today’s new EDM.
12:00 – 13:00
London-based songwriter and producer Hannah Vasanth is back, showing you how to make the most of your skills and get qualified in Music Production with Rockschool. The seminar will explore the huge range of skills that the upper Rockschool grades will teach you and how to specialise in Electronic Audio Production, Audio Production or Sound for Media. Hear tips and tricks, tried and tested by an industry professional.
13:00 – 14:00
The CEO and founder of global music company, Ditto Music, reveals how unknown artists can get on Spotify and Apple playlists worldwide, make 20 times more money, and get discovered.
14:00 – 15:00
In this session, GIK’s David Shevyn will share some tips and tricks on how to set up your room, before introducing the basics of acoustics so you can deal with inherent acoustic problems. Areas covered will include: room treatment, frequency response, decay time, early reflections and SBIR (speaker boundary interference).
15:00 – 16:00
Steinberg product specialist Dom Sigalas will show you how to create your own sonic identity by creating your own sounds with Halion 6. From Subtractive to Granular and Wavetable synthesis, you will learn everything you need to know to turn any sample into your own musical instruments. Dom Sigalas is an in-demand Music Producer, multi-instrumentalist and Composer for Film, TV and video games. He is also a sound designer for some of the world- leading hardware and software instrument manufacturers creating original sounds and presets. He is the Senior Music Producer for Sunlightsquare Records (London) and also the Senior Mixing and Mastering Engineer for the highly acclaimed Mixing and Mastering service, Doctormix.com. Dom’s credits include Universal Music, StudioCanal, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, National Geographic and much more.