Attend NAMM, Free Badge, Free PD Sessions, Free Stuff!

    If you would like to attend the NAMM Show on Saturday the 18th in Anaheim, you can attend these FREE professional development opportunities which also comes with FREE stuff for you and your students through your friends at Technology In Music Education (TI:ME). 
     
    If you are interested, please RSVP to execdirector@ti-me.org
     
    To register for the NAMM Show, click here 
     
    Music Educators steps to complete registration to attend the show. Leave PROMO CODE blank.
     
    1.            To begin registration, click here https://registration.experientevent.com/showamm201/flow/NONM , and “Start New Registration.”
    2.            When asked, “Are you a current NAMM member,” select “No.” When asked, “Does your organization manufacture, distribute or sell products/services” select “No.”
    3.            When asked, “Which professional community reflects the industry in which you work most” select ONLY, “Student or Educator.”
    4.            Once completed, you will receive an email letting you know of your pending badge registration. Within a few business days you will receive a badge confirmation via email that includes a barcode to be used to pick up your badge on site.
     
    Attendees of these sessions who get badges scanned at these Hilton Anaheim PD events will receive:
    • FREE software from IK Multimedia’s Essentials EDU bundle, including: 
      • versions of SampleTank
      • T-RackS  
      • AmpliTube,  
      • Presonus Studio One Artist 4.6, 
    • FREE three-month subscription to Soundtrap 
    • more FREE stuff, all designed to help make teaching music easier and more fun.
    Schedule of Workshops: 
    12:00  
    Title: Technology and Curriculum Solutions for Music Educators
    Presenter: John Mlynczak
    LOCATION: Hilton, Level 4, C8
    John Mlynczak, from Hal Leonard’s Noteflight division, demonstrates a range of technology and curriculum solutions specifically for music educators and all available through you own local retailer. This session will demonstrate many useful and affordable tools for classrooms of all levels!
     
    1:00
    Title: Learn How to Play GeoShred, a New Kind of Musical Instrument for Tablets and Phones 
    Presenter: Pat Scandalis
    LOCATION:Hilton Level 4, C8 
    GeoShred is a new kind musical instrument that makes it possible for everyone to shred. 
    Join Pat Scandalis as he describes how musical instruments of the future are made today in Silicon Valley.  Learn how to play GeoShred on your iPad or iPhone and discover how you might use it to teach world music scales in your classroom.
     
    2:00
    Title: Teaching Creative Production Workflows
    Presenters: Evan Brown & Gregor Beyerle  
    LOCATION:Hilton Level 4, C8
    Join PreSonus Education Manager Evan Brown and Studio One Product Specialist Gregor Beyerle as they dive into finding clever and simple ways to teach and learn efficient workflows in software to help inspire you and your students creativity! Utilizing PreSonus Studio One DAW software they will demonstrate not only starting a track from the ground up, but also mastering and virtual instrument workflows, as well as a host of other ideas to help attendees inspire the next generation of students!
     
    3:00    
    Title: Make Better Mixes by Calibrating Your Speakers
    Presenter: Martins Popelis
    LOCATION:Hilton, Level 4, C8 
    For anyone mixing sound or music on studio monitors or headphones, it is very often difficult to make what you are hearing sound good when played back on other systems.  Frequency response and room interference can color your sound in ways you might not want and your mixes will suffer.  Until now, fixes to this were expensive and complicated. Join Martins Popelis of Sonarworks as he unveils an extremely simple, effective and affordable solution to calibrate your headphones and loudspeakers.
     
    4:00    
    Title: Music Mixing Crash Course
    Presenter: Bobby Owsinski
    LOCATION: Hilton, Level 4, C8 
    In this presentation, producer/mixer Bobby Owsinski (author of The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook) shares some simple yet effective tips for understanding and teaching mix balance, EQ, compression and effects. These are the secrets that the A-list pros use every day that will you teach your students to improve their mixes right now, regardless of your skill level.

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