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Analogue To Digital Music Show 2013

Sat 18 May 2013



£8.50 (£6.50) in advance | £10 (£8) on the door



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Analogue To Digital Music Show 2013


Sound Gallery Studios & Analogue To Digital Music Show Celebrate Their 5th Year Anniversary

The Analogue to Digital Music Show organised by Sound Gallery Studios, hits Exeter once again on Saturday 18 May, bringing with it hundreds of visitors and an impressive exhibitor and guest speaker line-up. A2D is a unique music industry event which showcases a diverse range of products by major music technology brands, not to mention an array of hands-on demos, masterclasses, workshops and music industry seminars delivered by high profile artists and producers across 4 Zones and 3 floors at Exeter Phoenix in Exeter, Devon.

Sound Gallery is proud to announce that soundscape innovator Richard Barbieri (Japan, Porcupine Tree) will be delivering a Vintage Analogue Synth masterclass at the show. Representing the true ‘analogue’ side of A2D, Richard will be demonstrating his three favourite gems from his collection – The Roland System 700 Lab Series semi modular, a Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 polysynth and a Micromoog mono synth.

Musicians Union regional officer Paul Gray will deliver a session on everything you wanted to know about playing live, royalties, copyrights, music publishing, contracts and more. The event also will play host to record labels (hungersleep records, Integrity Records) and educational institutions (Academy of Music and Sound, dBs Music).

Other notable demonstrators and speakers include percussionist Hossam Ramzy (Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin), Tony Butler (Big Country), certified Ableton trainer Martin Delaney, Reason demonstrator Gary Bromham, drum and bass producer D-Product (Roni Size), Regional MU officer Paul Gray, Martin Walker (Sound On Sound), producer Lee Fletcher (Unsung productions), Tim Bowness (No-Man, Henry Fool), DJ erbNdub, producer Gavin Monaghan (Editors, Scott Matthews), drummer extraordinaire Ash Soan (Adele, Squeeze, Robbie Williams), Steve Knightley (Show of Hands) and more!

The event will also include Q & A sessions, seminars, stalls and live demos showcasing all the latest products from Yamaha Music, AVID (ProTools), Ableton (Live 9, PUSH), 2Twenty2 Agency (Bitwig, Teenage Engineering), Sound Technology (Propellerhead/Reason), Time + Space (Rob Papen, iZotope), BakTrak Pedal, Clicksound, Quested Monitoring Systems, Super Audio Mastering, Alphasphere, Focusrite/Novation as well as live music, give-aways, studio competitions, the legendary Prize Draw and the aftershow party on the terrace hosted by JamTheChannel.

So what are you waiting for?
Come and meet the music industry and play with all the latest gear!


Official website:
Tel: 01392-495301
Organisers: Sound Gallery CIC

2013 Exhibitors confirmed:

Musicians Union, Yamaha UK, Time + Space, 2Twenty2 Agency (Bitwig, Teenage Engineering), Quested Monitors, AVID (ProTools), Super Audio Mastering, Sound Tech(Propellerhead/Reason), Focusrite/Novation, Academy of Music and Sound, dBs Music and Orchid Electronics, tfpro, Alphasphere, Ableton Live, Hungersleep Records, Integrity Records.

2013 Guest speakers confirmed:

Paul Gray (MU officer, ex-Damned)

Gary Bromham (producer Bjork, Sheryl Crow)

Hossam Ramzy (Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin)

Tony Butler (Big Country)

Martin Walker (Sound on Sound)

Nick Tarbitt (Integrity Records)

Gavin Monaghan (Editors, Robert Plant)

Martin Delaney (Ableton Live)

Ash Soan (Squeeze, Producers)

Steve Knightley (Show of Hands)

Mark Tucker (PJ Harvey, Fairport Convention)

Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree/Japan)

Lee Fletcher (SWMA 2012 Best Producer Award)

Tim Bowness (No-Man)

Andy Watts (Seahorses)


A2D celebrates innovation and creativity in music production and performance. Participants will be able to try out the latest innovations in computers live, drums and analogue and soft synths and most importantly speak face-to face with designers of innovative music technology software and hardware as well as music industry experts, high profile musicians, producers and career advisers.

Analogue to Digital is a Sound Gallery CIC promotion

Analogue to Digital is supported by Exeter City Council, Exeter Phoenix and Arts Council England



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