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Thu, 18 Jul

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London

MIX003: Presented by Advanced Media Production Dock Street

You are invited to join us for a relaxed evening mixer where you can connect with others, share ideas, and enjoy some light refreshments, music, and engaging talks.

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MIX003: Presented by Advanced Media Production Dock Street
MIX003: Presented by Advanced Media Production Dock Street

Time & Location

18 Jul 2024, 18:00 – 21:00 BST

London, 11c Dock St, London E1 8JN, UK

About the event

We invite you to the third of a series of mixer events at Target3D. Hosted in our Advanced Media Production Network studio, each Mix invites industry colleagues to talk about interesting and exciting projects and activations.  This month our theme is the music production and AV industries. Come and join us for a relaxed evening where you can connect with others, learn, share ideas, and enjoy some light refreshments and music.

Registration is essential! For safety reasons we ask that you kindly ensure plus ones are also registered.

Presenters:

Amalie Briden - BPI (British Phonographic Industry)

Amalie Briden is an Innovation Manager at BPI, where she plays a pivotal role in fostering innovation and technological advancement in the music industry. At BPI, she is involved in initiatives that bridge the gap between music and technology, including the BPI's Insights and Innovation program which focuses on trends, data analysis, and the integration of new technologies such as AI and immersive media.

Halina Rice - Electronic music producer and AV artist

Halina Rice is an 'immersive first' electronic music producer and AV artist working at the intersection of music, art and technology. Her music ranges from ethereal soundscapes to beat-driven IDM with critically acclaimed releases ELISION on Injazero Records and 2023’s NEW BASIS EP.

Launching the NEW WORLDS project in 2020 she creates AV shows and installations in which to envelop her audience - frequently incorporating immersive technologies such as spatial audio, 360 projection mapping and metaverse environments. With her sold out headline shows - described as “part rave, part art-happening” - she has toured the UK and internationally including appearances at MUTEK Montreal, Amsterdam Dance Event and LEV Madrid.

Luke Ritchie - Chief of Strategic Partnerships for Reactional Music

Luke Ritchie is the Chief of Strategic Partnerships at Reactional Music. Reactional is a rule-based music engine that offers rich musical interactivity straight out of the box. It enables scalable music personalisation in games, music as an in-game purchase and its own composable generative music format. They have leadership from Kelly Sumner (from Take Two when it launched Rockstar Games & GTA to Red Octane for Guitar Hero), along with a team from EA, Spotify & Epic Games.

Leslie Deere - Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Dr Leslie Deere is an established artist and post-doctoral researcher at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Her background is in dance with her BA Hons in Sonic Art. Leslie will be discussing her PhD project Array Infinitive - exploring how live, gesture-driven audio-visual performances in virtual reality affect audience perception and awareness, particularly regarding their recognition of the human element within the immersive experience.

PLUS an opportunity to see KAI, our AI Generative composite character in real time. Intrigued? - read more here.

Date: 18.07.24

Time: 6PM to 9PM

Location: 11C Dock Street, E1 8JN

About the studio:

StudioT3D is an Advanced Media Production studio, linked to our sister studio at Advanced Media Production PROTO in Gateshead.

Advanced Media Production studios house the latest in 3D, motion capture and virtual production technology.

  • Utilising motion capture, enhance animation quality and create lifelike avatars
  • Film in our virtual production studios for an innovative and sustainable filmmaking solution
  • Capture volumetric data to create 3D volumetric video and add depth to a performance

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