Avid has announced the line-up of audio professionals for its 2019 NAMM booth (#15502) Main Stage Presentations from January 24th to 28th, 2019. The good news is that for all of us who aren’t going to be at NAMM we will be watch it live as Avid will be streaming the Main Stage Presentations through their Avid Link app.
Watch Avid’s Main Stage Presentations From Anywhere
The Avid Main Stage will some of the big names in the music and audio post production industry. These producers, editors and mixers are best known for their works with artists such as Foo Fighters, Cardi B, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, David Bowie, The Chainsmokers and Coldplay, and on films such as Venom and Deadpool, and touring bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer. These professionals will be sharing their experiences and expertise with the aim to inspire other music professionals and aspiring talent in workflows for audio post, music creation, notation and live sound. Rob D’Amico, Director, Audio Solutions Marketing at Avid has told us…
“At NAMM 2019, Avid is connecting the creative community with collaborative workflows for teams and individuals and the new Avid Link app, which brings together the industry’s most diverse and inspired group. A fantastic line up of industry greats will be headlining on Avid’s main stage, and by streaming live on Avid Link, we’re giving everyone a front-row seat to inspiring sessions and exciting interactions.”
The Avid Main Stage Line Up
“Mix with the Masters” - music production sessions with world-renowned artists like Mixing Engineer and multiple GRAMMY® Award winner Tony Maserati (Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, David Bowie, Lady Gaga), and GRAMMY-nominated Recording and Mixing Engineer Leslie Brathwaite (Cardi B, Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Little Wayne).
Post Production - thought-provoking discussions from industry greats such as award-winning Supervising Sound Editor and Re-recording Mixer Will Files (Deadpool, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) talking about his work on Marvel Studio’s box-office smash Venom.
Live Sound - featuring professionals who have worked with music greats like Front-of-House (FOH) veteran Greg Price (Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Kiss) and FOH Engineer and Avid Live Sound Senior Market Specialist, Robert Scovill (Tom Petty, Matchbox 20, Rush).
Music Notation & Composition – Learn how to use Avid Sibelius to compose and notate scores with renowned music creators like composer and pianist Greg Spero (Halsey, Makaya McCraven, Arturo Sandoval, Corey Wilkes, Robert Irving III).
Presenting Pensado’s Place - Avid is proud to once again present Pensado’s Place during the NAMM Show. Hosted by Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick, Pensado’s Place provides in-depth interviews with some of the best mixers, engineers and producers in the business.
Giveaways During NAMM 2019
Avid are giving away Pro Tools T-shirts to NAMM 2019 Attendees and Pro Tools 2018 Subscriptions to those not able to get to NAMM.
Win an exclusive Pro Tools T-shirt - For show attendees, we’ll be giving away official Pro Tools T-shirts. Simply take a selfie at the Avid booth and post it on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook with the tags #Avid and #NAMM2019. Avid will be announcing a winner every hour.
Follow Avid on social and win Pro Tools - If you are not coming to the show? Avid have not forgotten you. Follow them on any of our social accounts for your chance to win during each of the four days of NAMM. Avid will be giving away a FREE 1-Year Subscription to Pro Tools every day, on each social media account (iLok not included).
How To Get The Avid Link App
Avid’s Main Stage events are a regular feature in the NAMM schedule and, now through the Avid Link app, those of us who are unable to attend can watch as it happens via live streaming.
Available for Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android, the Avid Link app also allows anyone to find, connect, and collaborate with a diverse community of audio and video creators, including producers, mixers, composers, editors, videographers, and graphic designers.
Avid Link has been designed to make it easier for users to promote their work and skills to a vast network of media professionals, manage and keep their software up-to-date, and acquire tools and skills that expand their creative repertoire.