Brighton Music Conference (BMC16) has announced the first details of the 2016 technology showcases and workshops.
Taking place at the Brighton Dome on Thursday 14th April & Friday 15th April, BMC will welcome Pioneer, Native Instruments, DJ, Mag, Sound On Sound, Allen & Heath, GAK Audio, Yamaha Music UK, Steinberg, Doctor Mix, Moog, Korg, Focusrite Novation, Element 5, Next Audio Labs, SSR, SCV, Loopmasters, Nova Distribution with Eve Audio, Warm Audio, Chandler Ltd, Dreadbox, and Fredenstein.
New for 2016 is the BMC Demonstration Igloo. Housed in the exhibition hall, this space will host the following demonstrations and showcases (more to be announced):
Pioneer will be showcasing yet more new products at BMC, alongside workshops focused on Rekordbox DJ performance, and the new CDJ 2000NXS2 and DJM 900NXS2 capably demonstrated by Pioneer’s in hose supremo Rob Anderson. There will also be a look at Rekord Buddy 2 presented by Didier Malenfant, plus Allen & Heath, Yamaha Music UK, BIMM Workshop, GAK Seminar on production, and ‘Rise of the Synth’ Exhibition with Doctor Mix
Native Instruments will bring ‘Native Sessions’ to the Founders Room and Mezzanine bar; their theme is ‘Integration’ and will be a BMC exclusive. Expect a packed programme of insightful seminars, artist master classes and industry discussions. The Mezzanine bar will play host to a user meet-up style fair offering hands-on workshops with all the latest equipment.
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