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Move Your Music - Master Class 3

MOVE YOUR MUSIC - MASTER CLASS 3
KFM - 208 KRoad (Upstairs)
6:30pm - 9pm / WEDNESDAY 9th July


This Master Class features the talented and knowledgeable MC Tali, Dannii Vallely-Te Kani and also Huia Hamon (of Integrity PR), giving you some pointers on where to 'Move Your Music' from the studio to the world (and there is another speaker to be confirmed).

Studio engineers and recording artists are usually submerged by the Recording, Mixing and Mastering process, however, creating that album is only part of the equation.


What happens once the music leaves the studio?
Why is it so important to create high quality music for your clients and as an artist?
What are the different ways an artist can go with their music?

This Master Class will be suited to anyone who wants to know the different avenues within the music Industry to 'Move Your Music'. Whether looking to be signed for a label, simply interested to pass knowledge to your studio clients or on your own independent music journey.

MC Tali, Dannii and Huia have a vast wealth of knowledge of all areas of the Music industry ready to share with you.

$10 for Members & Students with I.D., $20 for Public Entry

Ticket includes Goodie Bag & award-winning Famous Vodka drink.
Register at: www.studiolink.co.nz


As always, thanks to Recorded Music for the support, KFM for hosting us, Integrity PR for the promotion and Famous Vodka for the yummy drinks.
(Out of the feedback from the last 2 Master Classes, this has been the most requested topic so we decided to do it!)

Queries? huia@studiolink.co.nz // www.facebook.com/studiolinknz


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