Event: Electronic Sound Summit, Liverpool

As Electronic Sound Summit gears up for its second year in Liverpool, The Waveform Transmitter‘s Ste Knight takes a look at what is in store.

If you are looking to enter the music industry as a professional, and you want to gain some invaluable insider knowledge on where to focus your attention, then you should check out the Electronic Sound Summit this weekend.

Running Friday, February 28th through Sunday, March 1st, the event – the second of its kind to take place in the city – will be popping up at its new home in the Royal Liver Building.

The concept is a pretty unique one in the city, especially on this ambitious scale. Organisers – who are also behind Liverpool Audio Network – aims to bring together creatives for three days, the focusses of which are education, access, and opportunity. Basically, if you want a career in electronic music, go.

Co-founder Phill Noone said: “We’re really excited to be welcoming some of the industry’s key players to Electronic Sound Summit. We witnessed a lot of young professionals benefit from last year’s event, and we’ve built on 2019 for an improved conference with even bigger guests and more exclusive sessions for attendees.”

Among professionals, who will be dishing out advice, are Detroit Swindle and Crazy PAbleton will also be in the house delivering a masterclass in their product and associated ephemera.

You can still grab a range of tickets, right here.

Author: Ste Knight

Editor at The Waveform Transmitter. Lover of acid basslines, cavernous kick drums, and dark rooms. Cut his teeth to Surgeon's blistering techno assault at T-Funkshun in Liverpool and hasn't stopped for breath since.

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