Namba Gear is proud to be a sponsor of the What’s Next Musicians’ Conference 2013. 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?
Join like-minded musicians and audio professionals to explore these questions at the WHAT’S NEXT Musicians’ Conference. From panel discussions with industry experts and guest artists, to live performances, breakout sessions, technology demos and more, WHAT’S NEXT will help you to chart your own path to success.
WHAT’S NEXT wants everyone to join the conversation, so all Musicians’ Conference events are free of charge.
Each panel discussion will feature Craig Anderton (author, journalist and technology expert) as moderator, plus Marcus Ryle (Chief Strategy Officer, Line 6), Bob Moczydlowsky (SVP of Product & Marketing, Topspin Media) and several guest artists, producers, or industry leaders.
Live Sound Doesn’t Have to Suck You’ve worked hard to perfect your sound—don’t leave anything to chance when you perform live. See how to choose the right system for any gig, and dial in a great mix fast.
Make Every Gig and Rehearsal a Promotional Opportunity It’s never been easier to take control of your band’s future. See how to record your rehearsals and gigs, create videos and post them to YouTube to reach your audience.
Wireless Without Worries Wireless technology can be freeing for performers—if you know a few key things. Separate fact from fiction and learn the truth about wireless.
Taming the Wild Guitar Rig (Craig Anderton) Whether you want iconic guitar sounds or prefer to venture into unexplored sonic worlds, learn how to take full advantage of today’s technology to create your own signature tones—live or in the studio.
New York – June 8, 2013
London – July 6, 2013
Los Angeles – August 2013
Tokyo – Sept. 14, 2013
Don’t miss it. If you are interested in cutting-edge ideas and technology to fuel your success, then pack up your Namba Gear, put these dates on your calendar and plan to attend.