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Prism Sound to host production panel at first Brighton Music Conference

Producer Steve Mac and DJ Dave Clarke will be in attendance at Prism Sound’s production panel discussion, to be held this Friday as part of the inaugural Brighton Music Conference. Prism will also be exhibiting at the new two-day event, which runs from 11-12 April at the Brighton Dome.

Prism Sound’s panel (4.35pm in the Exhibition Room) will discuss “all things audio”, from creative audio production through to studio techniques and tips. Appearing alongside JLS/Wanted producer Mac and techno innovator Clarke will be producer and re-mixer James Wiltshire (Freemasons) and Anthony Middleton of Audiofly.

“Our panel is designed to be educational as well as entertaining,” says Prism Sound product specialist Chris Allen (pictured), who is hosting the event. “There will be plenty of opportunity for the audience to fire questions at our panelists and we are anticipating lively debate.”

Prism Sound will also be using the BMC platform to show its family of audio interfaces (Orpheus, Titan, Atlas, and Lyra) as well as high-end Maselec production tools.

“We have launched three new products in less than a year, which is a record for Prism Sound,” Chris Allen adds. “This indicates our determination to offer recording professionals the widest possible choice when it comes to the high quality, richly featured and competitive tools they want and need.”

As part of its commitment to the audio production community, Prism will also be promoting the Music Producers Guild on its BMC stand. Representatives from MPG will be on hand to talk about the issues the organisation is involved in and highlight the benefits of joining.

Led by DJ John ‘00’ Fleming, the first Brighton Music Conference (BMC) will feature an exhibition for aspiring producers and DJs, as well as an exclusive one-day trade conference for industry professionals, capped at 250 attendees. It is supported by PSNEurope’s sister-title Music Week. Sennheiser is one of the headline sponsors and loudspeaker developers Ohm and Funktion-One are two of the technical/equipment partners.