Last year, a broad range of industry topics were covered from essential production tips on music software, skill discussions for DJs, sound engineering workshops, new product demos, and debates on industry issues, all made even more interesting with live performances and showcases in between. Spotlight was shed on key figures such as the Natural Born Klubbers, ToneDef Music artists, and indie dance music record labels. Interesting issues such as The Art Of The Opening DJ, Serato versus Traktor, commercial music vs underground music, The LGBT DJ Community, and software syncing were tackled. Workshops on vocal processing, beat programming, composition and software use were also offered. Pioneer DJ, one of the country’s biggest DJ brands celebrated their 20th year anniversary by launching a new line of DJ products that includes their DJ turntable, the PLX-1000, and the groundbreaking KUVO software. Headphones by Audio Technica were also made available for demonstration as well as products from The Music Source such as Traktor, Native Instruments, and many more.
Whether you’re a hobbyist or professional, amateur or master, it is the one event no electronic music enthusiast will want to miss. The entire industry convenes under one roof to share a common passion and interest, together building a better foundation for it’s future.