LEME 2013 Preview

 

06 Mar 2013

 

 

London Electronic Music Event 2013

 

The London Electronic Music Event (LEME) is a weekend of production workshops, business sessions, keynote panels and networking events bringing together artists, labels, entrepreneurs and like-minded electronic music lovers from around the world.

Now in its second year, LEME takes place from 13-14 April at Rich Mix, London.The 200 delegates will get the chance to custom-build their own timetable from 22 sessions led by expert speakers from all sectors of the electronic music industry.

Highlights of the 2013 programme include: An Audience With Goldie, Music In The Marketplace: How To shift More Records, Running A Label, How To Break Through; Business Basics For The Freelance Musician, Making Your Mix Slam, The Perfect Arrangement, Mastering Alchemy: The Gold Standard, What Goes Where? The EQ Masterclass and sessions from Radio Slave, SoundCloud, Andi Durrant, Your Army, Mr Bongo, Sharooz and more.

Weekend tickets are available for the early bird price of £120 with a discount of 20%. Ticket sales, timetables and all information can be found at londonelectronicmusicevent.com.

 


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