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Audio Production Event, also known as APE, is a unique opportunity for ACM Audio Production School students to attend a series of live sessions with some of the UK’s leading producers and industry professionals.
This year’s APE Event took place on 9th May 2013 with a host of guests including:
- Brad Ellis – Nextmen: Producer/Writer/Remixer/DJ – Rizzle Kicks, Pixie Lott, Claire McGuire, James Arthur, Ella Henderson, Dynamite MC, Sway, ads, computer games
- Duncan (Pixie) Mills: Producer/Engineer – Vaccines, Jake Bugg, Lissie, Jamie Cullum, Florence and The Machine, Peace, Beardyman and many more…
- Alex Metric – Producer/DJ/Artist/musician/remixer – Scissor Sisters, Bloc Party, Charlie XCX, The Infidels, Adam Freeland and many more…
- Scott Lawrence: Boost Music – Sync and library music specialists
- Mushtaq – Producer – Mushtaq has produced records with Damage, Mis-teeq, Stereo MCs, Gorillaz, Guillemots, Amy Winehouse and Tyler James. Based in New York at this point, Mushtaq began cutting his teeth in production working on records for the likes of the Beastie Boys, Cypress Hill & House of Pain.
About ACM’s Audio Production Event
Each and every guest speaker has a wealth of experience and advice from production tips and techniques through to how they broke into the industry, and it is strongly recommended that ACM students take advantage of this golden opportunity.
For more information and tickets about the forthcoming ACM Audio Production Event visit ACM Student Relations or keep up to date via the BDC Facebook Page.
Here are some of 2012’s APE highlights:
Fraser T Smith
Musician, Producer, Mix Engineer & Songwriter – Adele, Britney Spears, Taio Cruz, Cee-Lo Green, Ellie Goulding & Tinchy Stryder plus many more
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Dan Le Sac
Producer, DJ & Re-Mixer – musical half of Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip
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Watch Dan Le Sac On Music Contracts