IMSTA FESTA, September 22, 2012

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On September 22, 2012 the International Music Software Trade Association and SAE Institute New York will partner again to bring you IMSTA FESTA, the annual celebration of music technology event where you can learn more about the latest music production products and techniques in the market.

Exhibitors include: Ableton, Air, Akai, Alesis, Cakewalk, Celemony, Disc Makers, IK Multimedia, Image Line, M-Audio, McDSP, Metric Halo, MusicLab, Native Instruments, Pianoteq, PreSonus, Propellerhead, Pro Sound Effects, Rob Papen, SONiVOX, SSL, SmithsonMartin, Sonnox, Steinberg, Sugar Bytes, and Two Notes.

This year we are pleased to announce we have two educational events, the Shocklee Innertainment Panel Series, and the Broadjam University Panel. Each panel brings together an array of industry experts to discuss and answer questions about the state of the music business, technology, and much more.

Visitors include: professional and semi-professional musicians, songwriters, music producers, and audio engineers, as well as music students and educators. Visitors have the opportunity to:

  • Learn tips & tricks from knowledgeable product specialists.
  • Gain unique insight into the music industry by attending the Shocklee Innertainment Panel Series and the Broadjam University Panel.
  • Receive prizes from a pool of products sponsored by exhibiting companies.
  • Network with the NYC music community.

Breakfast will be served between 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM.

To register now or for more information about IMSTA FESTA, please visit:

http://www.imsta.org/imsta_festa_2012.php

Please remember admission is FREE but you must register to attend!

About IMSTA: The International Music Software Trade Association (IMSTA) is a nonprofit association which represents the interests of the music software industry. Its primary goal is to change end-user behavior in order to reduce the demand for pirated music software. IMSTA pursues this goal through education and not litigation.