|Posted: 13 Oct 2007 01:13 Post subject: DubSpot CMJ Sweepstakes & Panel Discussions - Oct. 16th/20th
| DubSpot and CMJ present 4 exciting panel discussions for
today's music makers at the CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival, October
16th/20th in NYC .
DubSpot is giving away five badges to the lucky winners of our CMJ Sweepstakes drawing.
Each badge is worth $495.
The CMJ/DubSpot Panel lineup:
10/17 @ NYU Kimmel Center
Composers of electronica and hip hop beats are notoriously undervalued, their musicianship
and skill overlooked as tinkering with buttons and knobs. This session brings the artistry
of hip hop and dance production to light with special appearances by legendary producers
from both genres. (Wednesday, Oct. 17th at 4pm) Pete Rock, Stephanie Douglas (Beat
society) & DJ Spinna are confirmed to participate in this panel. Kervyn Mark will be the
"Match Made in Sonic Heaven: The Union of Electronic and Live Music" From Creation To
Manipulation: Using Ableton Live On Stage
10/18 @ DubSpot Facility
(Showcase our Ableton Live Class " Andrew Eisele)
Leading experts discuss the musical union of electronic creation and live performance in
an informative discussion of the history, form and technique of the intersection of live
and electronic music. (Thursday, Oct. 18th at 1pm) DJ Steve Porter (porterhouse vol.1&2 /
homegrown), Baba Israel & Yako (open thought music), Mtume Gant (Core Rhythm) (both
confirmed), moderator TBA.
"Natural Selection: The Evolution of DJ to Producer"
10/19 @ DubSpot Facility
The craft of the disc jockey constantly evolves with the incorporation of new elements and
technologies that create new methods and sounds. In the last decade, it has become
imperative for DJs to expand beyond the mixer, transforming the art of spinning records
into the art of creating music. This discussion includes a candid look at successful DJs
who have put out singles and albums with a specific focus on the use of vocalists and
musicians and the direct correlation that this evolution has to touring and live shows.
(Friday, Oct.19th at 1pm)- panelists: Dave Hollands -moderator (confirmed) DJ Ian Friday-
West End Records/ Tea Party Music (confirmed), Grammy-nominated DJ/ Producer Scram Jones
(Terror Squad, Lloyd Banks, Mariah Carey).
"Home vs. Studio"
10/19 @ DubSpot Facility
Will tackle the debate of home-based production vs. Studio based production exploring the
pro's & cons of each with panelists from either side of the production spectrum and a
moderator that does both. Additionally, panelist members will demonstrate the latest
features of Logic Pro 8 and Propellerhead's Reason 4 showing you how to get the most out
of these brand new music production programs. (Friday, Oct. 19th at 3pm) Jay Messina -
engineer/producer (Aerosmith), Jim Bonnefond- engineer/ producer (Kool & The Gang, Jimmy
Cliff, George Benson), Heinrich Zwahlen (P-diddy, Jay-Z, Groove Theory), Andrew Eisele
(Xoveraudio - theatre sound design), Grammy nominated producer- Scram Jones (Terror squad,
Lloyd Banks, Mariah Carey).
For more info on CMJ, please go to www.cmj.com.
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New York, NY 10014
DubSpot located in NYCs Meatpacking District -- offers a wide range of courses in a
brand new facility, outfitted with cutting-edge equipment and software. DubSpot is the
future of music education. With weekly courses ranging from mixing, scratching, and
electronic music production, to even video and visual training, DubSpot is the creative
hub for the new or experienced music enthusiast. Hailing from a diverse set of musical
backgrounds, DubSpots experienced instructors provide a unique cross-genre approach to
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