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Prism Sound’s Studio Sessions Take Interactive Learning To A New Level
The company is building on the success of its Mic to Monitor brand by introducing one-day hands on events in a recording studio environment.
Cambridge, UK. October 2017: Propelled by the success of its free to attend Mic to Monitor seminars that have been hosted around the world since 2009, UK manufacturer Prism Sound is taking the experience to the next level with the launch of Studio Sessions – hands-on educational events that give people the chance to really engage with industry professionals in a studio environment.
On December 9th 2017 at London’s internationally acclaimed Strongroom Recording Studios, the company will host the first in a new series of events that will bring together leading manufacturers, producers and artists for a full day of interactive learning.
Mic to Monitor Strongroom Studio Session
This Studio Session will feature talks by representatives from Prism Sound, GIK Acoustics, Shure Microphones and PMC Speakers, all of whom will highlight current equipment trends and offer advice across a range of topics from microphone placement and acoustics through to audio conversion and how to get the best from your monitoring system. The creative side of making great records will also come under the spotlight with entertaining talks from leading songwriter and producer Gethin Pearson (Mallory Knox, The Enemy, Charli XCX, Ronan Keating and Bloc Party) and special guest artist Grammy award winning La Roux.
“This event is bigger than ever,” says Jody Thorne, Prism Sound’s Sales and Marketing Manager. “We are really excited to be able to offer this unique full day experience at one of London’s leading recording studios. It is such a great opportunity for individuals to connect with their peers and strike up new friendships while also engaging with industry professionals who can impart real working knowledge and advice across a wide range of subjects. This type of educational experience in a truly hands on environment doesn’t come along that often, so places will go quickly. We are all very excited to be taking Mic to Monitor up a level with the Studio Sessions.”
Manufacturers, producers and artists who have worked with Prism Sound on the Mic to Monitor experience are delighted to see how these popular seminars have developed from small venue talks through to large scale concert halls. They have also welcomed this latest evolution into a full day hands on experience in a recording facility because it allows them to really engage with attendees and give a much more tailored experience.
“We want people to get the best out of their equipment and learn from experts who can help them make great records,” Jody Thorne adds. “This event is designed to encourage success by allowing people to learn more about the music recording business, how it has evolved, what makes it tick and what’s coming next.”
Studio Sessions costs £100.00 per person (including lunch) and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Those wishing to take part can register via this link: www.prismsound.com/M2MStudiosessions17
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