Liverpool, UK: The power to write, record and produce music is more available today than ever before. And together with the increased opportunity to sell music online direct to listeners, artists have never had this much control over their own musical careers.
The SAE Institute in Liverpool will be running two workshops as part of the On Song Festival, which runs from the 1st â€“ 29th September.
The workshop demonstrations will be focusing on the technology that is driving a new breed of songwriters, performers, producers and engineers. From the integration of modern live electronic performance with live music to an introspective to sound design, the SAE workshops promise to be exciting and insightful.
SAE will be providing two workshop demonstrations:
Limited places are available. To book please email email@example.com
About the On-Song Festival: On Song takes place at Carling Academy Liverpool, Hotham Street, between the 1st and the 29th September, 2008, and showcases the finest songwriters and artists, alongside local emerging talent. Featured events will celebrate the process of writing, crafting, and giving life to songs and celebrate all genres from rock and folk to electro and indie. Combining established musicians and up and coming artists, On Song reflects the range of music that exists in Liverpool and the city's rich, musical heritage.
On Song Liverpool 2008 will include workshops and showcases to discuss current songwriting and broader industry issues. These discussions are an integral part in the development of the 'On Song' infrastructure and encourage communications between the commercial music industry and public sectors.
About SAE: SAE Institute was founded in 1976 as the worldâ€™s first audio school. It has since grown to become a network of around 50 colleges in 20 countries offering courses in Audio Engineering, Digital Film, Web Design and Interactive Entertainment. With 32 years of teaching experience, SAE teaches students the skills necessary for successful integration into the audio and media industries. The concept of SAE is practical hands-on training, combined with solid theory knowledge. SAE offers courses in Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Web Design + Development, Interactive Entertainment and Digital Film making. Students have the option to progress to Degree programmes, validated by Middlesex University, at SAEâ€™s dedicated Degree Centres around the world. SAE is the first step into a career in the future-orientated fields of audio technology and media production.
In 2007 SAE was awarded Skillset Media Academy status by the Government and is one of only 17 such academies in the UK to gain this recognition.