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New sessions and speakers for EMC 2019: THE NEXT NOW

Today we announce a host of new sessions and speakers for EMC 2019 as we delve into THE NEXT NOW.
We meet the team behind one of the most enigmatic artists and songwriters of the past 3 years, Running Touch plus we’ll get practical advice for how to identify key symptoms of common mental health issues with Support Act. We go deep into the fundamentals of Sound Design in Gaming, ask the question Is there a sustainable future for Electronic Music? in a UTS x EMC joint panel and much, much more!

NEW SESSIONS


On The Couch With Team Running Touch 
Meet the Team: Running Touch is a close look into the journey of Running Touch and his team, exploring the triumphs and challenges since his 2016 breakout, and what 2020 and beyond looks like for one of Australia’s most exciting talents.


Is there a sustainable future for Electronic Music?
In a special UTS Music + Sound Design X EMC collaborative session our panel will address diverse issues and perspectives around sustainability and electronic music. Considering the conference theme of “the next now” our panellists consider the ironies and imperatives of sustainability thinking that will shape the opportunities, needs and challenges of the new decade ahead.


Game On! Fundamentals of Game Sound Production with Jared Underwood
Game music has a quintessential relationship with electronic sound production, but many producers don’t know how to approach making these kinds of arrangements or how to enter the niche yet expansive world of gaming music composition and production.


Mental Health Matters: with Support Act
Maintaining good mental health is a critical part of every artist and music worker’s overall health and well-being. Support Act presents this workshop to help the electronic music community to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues. Learn how these can be managed, how you can introduce a conversation about mental health with your friends and colleagues, and how to ensure your own self-care.

Plus more soon to be announced.

NEW SPEAKERS

Running Touch –  Artist
Kae Burke – Co-Founder/Creative Director House of Yes (NYC)
Marissa Loil – Booking Agent, United Talent Agency (USA)
Michala Kowalski – Drug and Alcohol Policy Researcher, UNSW
Lauren Mikkor  – Artist Manager ,Post Modern Collective
Sameet Sharma,  Festival Director – VH1 Supersonic, Viacom (India)
Joel Siviour – Booking Agent, Falcona
Dr Brent Keogh – Lecturer in Music and Sound Production UTS
Dr Felicity Wilcox – Lecturer in Communication, UTS
Jared Underwood –  Producer/Composer, Underscore Music
Paulo Flores – Wile Out Music, founder
Lauren Neko,  Artist/Lecturer
Madeline Edwards – Operations Manager, Post Modern Collective

For the full list of first speakers click HERE

Conference Passes are now on sale and you can purchase HERE

WHAT DOES A PASS TO EMC INCLUDE?
✦ Access to all conference sessions on Wednesday 13 Nov and Thursday 14 Nov
✦ Includes all Keynotes, In Conversations, workshops, panels, breakout and networking sessions
✦ Plus access to all EMC Studio for music creation and production workshops and masterclasses
✦ FREE entry into EMC LIVE at The Lansdowne Wednesday 14 Nov and Thursday 15 Nov
✦ 6 months access to EMC CONNECTIONS – EMC’s online networking portal upon purchase of ticket
✦ Exclusive ticket deals for select EMC Festival events
✦ Starting from $104.92 (incl. BF, excl GST)

STUDENT PRICES, GROUP RATES AND PAYMENT PLANS FROM APPROX $18 PER WEEK ARE ALSO AVAILABLE
(CONDITIONS APPLY).

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