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MSP Audio Geeks Meetup
April 17, 2019 @ 6:00 pmFREE
This event may be of special interest to local composers interested in the commercial industry! RSVP Required. Email mspaudiogeeks at gmail dot com to RSVP.
Black Label Music: Launched in 2015, Black Label Music specializes in high-quality custom music for commercial, branded entertainment, TV and film projects. Founded by composer Ken Brahmstedt, Black Label Music boasts a creative team with decades of well-established experience in advertising, film and emerging media. In addition to original content, Black Label also provides music supervision and a la carte audio branding services. With their staff of composers and extensive network of world-class and emerging composers, Black Label is a one-stop shop for meaningful audio content.
Meetup will be hosted by Lance W Conrad – Lance has credits with artists spanning the world. Upon completing a degree in music production, he worked as live sound FOH engineer and freelance recording engineer for 4 years before founding Humans Win Recording Studio in 2006. Lissie, DeVotchka, The Fray, Modest Mouse, Owl City, Dessa, Lizzo, Belle & Sebastian, The Jayhawks, and over 200 more graced Lance’s studio in Northeast Minneapolis between 2008 and 2018. As producer and freelance music composer, he has placements with Netflix, ABC, NBC, CBS, HBO, and more, and companies like Target, Nike, Miller Brewing, Volcom, and more. As an avid collaborator, he has co-written work with both independent and major label writers including Dan Richards and Liam Payne (One Direction), Jerry ‘Wonda’ Duplessis (Fugees, Melissa Etheridge, Platinum Sound Studios), and Ashley DuBose (NBC’s The Voice). His reputation as one of Minneapolis’s most referred event DJ’s speaks for itself as he has played over 450 successful events. In the spring of 2016, shortly before Prince’s tragic passing, he was honored with an offer to engineer at Paisley Park. Come 2018, he picked up and moved into a room at Black Label Music in downtown Minneapolis.
Parking: There is metered street parking on surrounding streets and nearby pay ramps and lots.
Metro Transit: The nearest bus stops are serviced by many different routes, including Light Rail. Please check metrotransit.org for your route.
Building entrance: Enter via the entrance off 5th St. (the Pourhouse side). The elevators will be accessible via keycard only. We’ll provide a number to call when we’re closer to the 29th.