IMSTA FESTA New York 2013
On September 28th, the International Music Software Trade Association and SAE Institute New York will partner once again to host IMSTA FESTA, a celebration of music technology in the heart of New York City. Now in its 4th year, IMSTA FESTA brings a collection of the top music technology companies together in an environment where they can interact with music makers face-to-face. Anyone who makes music will benefit from this event.
IMSTA FESTA is infamous for packing heavyweight industry professionals under one roof. Furthermore, the Shocklee Innertainment Panel Series brings together an array of industry experts to discuss the state of the music business, technology and much more.
IMSTA FESTA is a FREE event open to anyone interested in the art of music making; professional and semi- professional musicians, songwriters, music producers, and audio engineers, as well as music students and educators will benefit from attending this event. All visitors must register on-line at: www.imsta.org.
- Network with New York’s heavy hitters in the music community.
- Get hands-on with the latest music production products in the market.
- Learn tips & tricks from knowledgeable product specialists.
- Gain unique insight into the music industry by attending the Shocklee Innertainment Panel Series.
- Win prizes in our hourly raffles.
- Receive a free gift just for visiting our exhibiting companies.
EXHIBITORS: Ableton, Air, Akai, Alesis, Arturia, Cakewalk, Celemony, D16, FXpansion, Gobbler, IK Multimedia, Image Line, IndigiSounds, inMusic, M-Audio, McDSP, Native Instruments, Playground Sessions, Propellerhead, Rob Papen, SONiVOX, SSL, Sonnox, Steinberg, Sugar Bytes, Vocaloid, Wave Arts, WaveDNA.
WHEN: Saturday September 28, 2013 from 11:00am – 7:00pm – FREE Breakfast between 10:30am and 11:30am
WHERE: 218 West 18th Street – 4th floor, New York, NY 10011
ADMISSION: FREE with Registration. Please visit: www.imsta.org.
About IMSTA: The International Music Software Trade Association (IMSTA) is a nonprofit association that represents the interests of the music software industry. The primary goal is to change end-user behavior in order to reduce the demand for pirated music software. IMSTA pursues this goal through education and not litigation.