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Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, 2010/09/07 - SAE Institute lends its electronic music production know-how to this year's BPM event in Birmingham. The Learning Zone powered by SAE Institute.
Life for the DJ has never been more exciting. The electronic music industry is flying high, the range of toys is vast, the tunes are massive, and the opportunities are there for the taking. As every DJ knows, its not just about spinning the tunes. Increasingly, producing tracks and putting your own signature on the sounds of the dance floor is key to success. BPM and SAE Institute know that the transition to production is not always easy.
So, picture this: 12 electronic production workstations, 4 Ableton rigs and a host of SAE Institute Electronic Music Production and Digital DJ’ing tutors. This is the BPM Learning Zone – Powered by SAE Institute! A brand new feature at BPM.
Whether you are a novice looking to create your first bass line, or a producer wanting to explore new advanced techniques, SAE Institute tutors will be on hand to sit with you and give you the hands-on practical guidance that SAE students worldwide experience every day.
The Learning Zone will run 12 Apple iMac electronic production workstations running Logic Studio with Novation Controllers as well as 4 stand-alone digital DJ’ing stations running Ableton Live coupled with the Vestax VCM600.
Combine all this gear with the SAE Institute tutors and your drive, and you have a recipe for some awesome tune making!
SAE Institute will also be complimenting the Learning zone with seminars on topics such as Electronic music production, Live electronic performance and a remix workshop by master remixer Ian Wallman (Lady Gaga, Shakira and many more...)
SAE (sae.edu) was founded in 1976 as the world’s first audio school. It has since grown to become the largest worldwide private college for Creative Media Education with four colleges in the UK alone, London, Oxford, Liverpool and Glasgow. Offering courses from certificate to degree level in Audio Production, Electronic Music Production, Digital Film, Web Design and Game Design. With 32 years of teaching experience, SAE’s unique practical training methods have allowed us to deliver high calibre, technically able and creative graduates forging successful careers within the creative industries.
BPM is Europe’s largest DJing and Electronic Music Production event. Taking place from Saturday 2nd to Monday 4th October 2010 at the Birmingham NEC, this year’s BPM is set to be the biggest yet. The event combines a huge exhibition of DJ and Production equipment with an inspiring educational programme and an eclectic mix of DJ sets and performances.