London Music Office Presents: Alan Cross' Music Technology Event
Online and Internet Radio: Where are we Going from Here?
The event will be hosted by Alan Cross, who will also give a fascinating talk on the intersection between Music and Technology. The event will also feature presentations by Chris Teixeirs and Dave Kerr, who'll be talking about their experience with music and video game composition.
**Attending the event is free. Pizza, snacks, beers and drinks will also be served---all free of charge (which is why you need to RSVP to the event here)**
About our speakers and the event agenda:
Event Date: Saturday, September 24
Location: Fanshawe’s Centre for Digital and Performance Arts Building (137 Dundas St.)
Presentations Start @ 3:30pm, followed by Q&A
5:00pm Open Floor/Networking
About our Speakers:
Alan Cross is a well-known award winning broadcaster, consultant and music writer. He is best known nationally and internationally as a long-time on-air personality and the host of the syndicated radio series The Ongoing History of New Music (on the air since February 1993). Alan is also involved a vast array of projects, most of which involve the intersection of music and technology – such as the Music Technology group.
Chris Teixeira is a sound designer and composer for Big Viking Games, an industry leader in social and mobile gaming. Chris is also involved in many areas of the music and technology industry from mixing live audio for some of the biggest festivals in London to recording some of Southwestern Ontario's upcoming bands.
Dave Kerr has been a composer and sound designer in the video games industry for more than 15 years. He came to London in 1998 to take the MIA course at Fanshawe College. Upon graduation Dave received a job in the video gaming industry. Currently he a Senior Producer at Big Blue Bubble and is the composer, designer and producer of the award winning title My Singing Monsters.
About the Music Technology Group and Event Series:
The Music Technology Group and Event Series is for anyone who is interested in connecting with veterans in the Music and Technology industries and those who simply love music and want to learn more about how technology has shaped the way we consume, create, and monetize music.
Our founders -- including one of Canada's most prestigious and experienced broadcasters, Alan Cross -- have a long history of working in the technology and music industries and are here to facilitate networking and partnership opportunities, talk about free and low-cost current technologies and how they relate to broadcasting and record sales, and help bridge the gap between the technology enthusiasts and music fans. Learn, Share, and Connect! We look forward to having you as a member of our Meetup group.
The Music Technology Group is a not-for-profit group. We have partnered with some great sponsors, so our events is always 100% free of charge! (Complimentary food, beer, snacks, and other beverages -- all free of charge -- are served, hence the need to RSVP.)
For Sponsorship and volunteering opportunities please email Nathalia Ribeiro at [masked]