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PreSonuSphere 2012 Second Annual User’s Conference Coming Up In September

Expanded to deliver more seminars, speakers, information, music, networking opportunities, and fun

PreSonus will be hosting the PreSonuSphere 2012 Second Annual User’s Conference in Baton Rouge, LA this coming September 28 and 29.

Following up on the success of PreSonuSphere 2011, this two-day user’s conference has been expanded to deliver more seminars, speakers, information, music, networking opportunities, and fun.

Focusing on tips, techniques, and applications for PreSonus Studio One 2 DAW software and StudioLive Series digital mixers, PreSonuSphere 2012 will include guest lectures and demos by noted professionals such as EM/Harmony Central editorial director Craig Anderton, front-of-house engineer Ace Baker, worship-team trainer Doug Gould, Grammy-nominated producer and bassist Brent Milligan, studio designer John Storyk, front of house lead engineer (Kenny Chesney tour) and audio consultant John Mills, live sound “wizard” and forum favorite Jon Taylor, microphone expert Steve Savanyu, and veteran journalist and engineer Mike Rivers.

In addition, key PreSonus personnel will be on hand to present seminars and talk with attendees, including president/co-founder/chief strategy officer Jim Odom and chief technology officer Bob Tudor, as well as Studio One development team leaders Wolfgang Kundrus and Matthias Juwan. Get applications tips and a peek into the future from the PreSonus staff, and much more!

PreSonuSphere 2012 will be held at the Shaw Center for the Arts in historic downtown Baton Rouge. (They use the StudioLive 24.4.2.)

The event actually kicks off on Thursday evening, September 27, with a Cajun dinner party at the Shaw Center’s fifth-floor outdoor terrace. Also on Thursday night, there will be live music by Papa Grows Funk, featuring special guest Larry Braggs, lead singer of Tower of Power. Ace Baker will handle the mixing chores. Friday is blues night with Baton Rouge favorite the Chris LeBlanc Band, mixed by John Mills.

The cost to attend PreSonuSphere 2012 is one day for $30 or both days for $50. For $99, attendees get all of the above, plus Saturday evening dinner on the terrace, swag, and video DVDs of all PreSonuSphere proceedings. The swag and DVD are also available separately for those who can’t come to Baton Rouge for the conference.

Special room rates have been arranged for attendees at the Hotel Indigo Baton Rouge Downtown Riverfront, which is walking distance from great restaurants, historical sites, museums, and the Mississippi River. Don’t miss it!

Go here for more information and to sign up for the PreSonuSphere 2012.

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