WHAT'S NEXT Musicians' Conference to Be Held in London on July 6th

artist: misc date: 06/14/2013 category: industry news
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WHAT'S NEXT Musicians' Conference to Be Held in London on July 6th
The music industry has changed - but if you understand new technologies and distribution methods, it's an exciting time to be a musician. At the free WHAT'S NEXT Musicians' Conference on 6th July, you'll see how to take control of your career, monetize your music, get great live sound, and much more. WHAT'S NEXT Musicians' Conferences are a series of free events created by Line 6 and TOPSPIN Media designed to offer cutting-edge ideas and technology to help fuel the musicians' success. Attendees are invited explore the ideas, trends and technologies that are impacting music today. Featuring panel discussions with industry experts, live artist performances, workshops, music technology demos and more, WHAT'S NEXT will empower musicians to take control of their futureand chart their own path to success. Industry leaders will participate in an interactive panel discussion to help musicians answer important questions, such as: Is live music the future of the industry? What new business models can help musicians earn a living? How will the next generation of musicians be heard? The London event will be on 6th July at Music Bank. Click here to learn more about event and to register for your free place. There will also be a prize draw on the day.
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