The Voice-Swap team will be hitting the road this week to travel to Anaheim, California, home of the NAMM Convention. The iconic music tradeshow is one of the biggest in the world and usually comes with a swathe of product announcements and new music-making equipment to test on the show floor.
There are also heaps of panels, roundtables, discussions, demos and debates, covering everything from live sound, engineering, DJ techniques, creativity and the future of music-making – that’s where we come in. We’ll be speaking on two separate panels this year, the first alongside Jessica Powell from stem-separation company AudioShake, Daniel Rowland from LANDR and DJ and producer Flosstradamus.
The panel, which takes place from 1 pm to 2 pm on Friday and is titled ‘New Advances in Artistic Ideation and Creation — and the Tools to Make Them Happen’ will feature Voice-Swap Communications Director Declan McGlynn who’ll be talking through Voice-Swap’s impact on creativity and how ideation can be enhanced using AI vocals. Find out more about that panel here.
Next, on Sunday from 12 pm to 1 pm, two of our team – Benn Jordan and Mike Pelczynski – will be hosting the aptly titled ‘How To Survive the Tech Apocalypse as a Creator’. Benn and Mike, both seasoned music industry veterans, will break down some of how artists and creators can not only survive the current streaming and AI ecosystem but thrive in it.
We’ll also be wandering the show floor, trying new synths and drum machines, chatting to other industry and music tech crew and showing off our new tool Stem-Swap. If you’re there, let us know! Would be great to meet some Voice-Swap users IRL.