AKG, Soundcraft among LMS exhibitors

JBL, HK Audio, Focusrite, Allen & Heath, Waves and SE Electronics are among the many companies to have booked their stands for the 2010 London Music Show, which takes place in October.
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Details continue to emerge about the London Music Show 2010, which will take place at ExCeL London from October 8-10. Billed as the UK’s largest music-making event, the LMS includes different zones for guitars, percussion, acoustic instruments, live music, festivals and independent record stores – as well as a dedicated Sound & Recording Technology Zone.

PSNE-relevant companies to have booked their stands for the 2010 event include AKG, Soundcraft, JBL, HK Audio, Focusrite, Allen & Heath, Waves and sE Electronics.

The LMS is renowned for attracting prominent instrumental talent to host classes and undertake special performances, and this year’s event will be no exception. Musicians already confirmed to attend include Newton Faulkner, drumming legends Steve White and Ian Thomas, and producers Tommy D, and Steve Levine (pictured). Meanwhile, star guitarist Joe Bonamassa will host a number of special masterclasses.




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“We’ve responded to positive feedback from exhibitors and visitors and expanded into the lower hall to provide more space for stands and to improve visitor circulation,” says the ABTT Theatre Show administrator. The new layout also creates interlinked halls to provide visitors with a circular route around the whole show.


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