Next week, I will be travelling across to California, both to attend the NAMM Show at the Anaheim Convention Center, and to give a demonstration with question and answer session at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, in association with the Society of Composers and Lyricists.
Dorico and Cubase Pro 9 at the American Film Institute
Along with my colleague Greg Ondo, Field Marketing Manager for Steinberg in the US, who will be showing off the amazing new features in the recently-launched Cubase Pro 9, I will be presenting Dorico in the beautiful auditorium of the American Film Institute, from 7pm on Tuesday 17 January, to be followed by a drinks reception (as a result, attendees must be over 21 years of age).
The number of tickets is strictly limited to the capacity of the AFI’s auditorium. Attendance is free if you are a member of the Society of Composers and Lyricists, but because the event is very likely to be a sell-out, a limited number of tickets are available to students and non-members for $20 or $35 respectively. There is even the chance to win a full retail boxed copy of Dorico or a copy of Cubase Pro 9 in a raffle at the event.
If you would like to attend, act quickly to secure your ticket via Eventbrite.
I am really looking forward to meeting members of the professional music community in Los Angeles, and to answer your questions about Dorico in person.
Dorico at The NAMM Show
If you can’t make it to the event at the AFI on Tuesday, I will be in Anaheim for the NAMM Show on Thursday 19, Friday 20, and some of Saturday 21 January. I will be giving a short Dorico presentation at 12pm on each of the first three days of the show, on the main stage in Yamaha’s booth in the Elite ballroom in the Marriott hotel, which adjoins the Anaheim Convention Center.
If you would like to meet up during the show, although I will be in a number of meetings it should be possible to meet up, so please do get in touch if you would like to say hello or would like to discuss anything Dorico-related.