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Music Production Expo

  • 18th November 2016 - 19th November 2016
  • Stadium MK

Taking place on 18-19 November at its new home – MK Arena in Milton Keynes – MPX is, as always, set to feature the best in educational seminars and new gear.

The event will feature a huge variety of free-to-attend seminars hosted by some of the biggest brands in the industry. Yamaha, Focusrite, Universal Audio and Steinberg are all set to deliver workshops and masterclasses throughout the show, aimed at taking visitors’ productions to the next level.

Among the highlights of this year’s show will also be a very special appearance by two legendary UK producers. Between them Tony Platt and Phill Brown have worked with everyone from AC/DC, The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley to Soweto Kinch, Bombay Bicycle Club and Maxi Jazz. MPX presents a rare opportunity to see the pair in conversation, covering topics including working with rock legends to modern production techniques.

And of course the MPX exhibition area will be full to bursting with the latest synths, software, mics, monitors, outboard and accessories (see exhibitor list below), allowing valuable hands-on experience of the best the industry has to offer.

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Tickets for Music Production Expo are priced at £12.50 in advance (£15 on the door).

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