#PDXmusic Biz Panel: Creating Great Audio/Visual Content: Farnell Newton at Doug Fir Lounge

Doug Fir Lounge830 E Burnside St. PortlandOR97214

Sunday, April 29, 2018 - 1pm show
all ages
In an effort to establish an educational conversation amongst musicians, Vortex, MOGO Music Festival and J-Fell Presents are hosting a panel featuring audio/visual experts—from the recording studio to music videos to sync licensing, professionally experienced as well as self-made DIYers—from the local scene talking about best practices while offering advice and tips. Panelists include Kevin Hahn of Opal Studio, Banana Stand Media co-founder Aaron Colter, and trumpeter Farnell Newton of Marmoset. The event is all ages, free and runs from 1 to 4pm. Plus, you'll also be able to score copies of Vortex's newest mag! RSVP using the Get Tickets link below.

⬆⬆ If you missed this panel on Creating Great Audio/Visual Content, watch the live stream above—thanks to AudioGlobe ⬆⬆

Want to school yourself before the meetup?

Vortex, J-Fell Presents and MOGO Music Festival have organized several past music marketing meetups and here are some tips from those panels on:

▶ How to connect with your community on social media—and listen to The Future of What below to get even more advice
Advice for the DIY musician
▶ How to license your music
▶ How to turn your concert into an experience
▶ How to sell out your next show
▶ Why you should not go dark on social media between shows
How to book gigs
Record labels 101
How to get press

Plus check out these 25 great tips for creating useful content that gets results.

Have questions for our panelists that you'd like answered? Featuring Kevin Hahn of Opal Studio (who's worked with The Scorpions, Portland Trail Blazers, Buckcherry, Voodoo Doughnut, Poison Idea, Burgerville and many more), Banana Stand Media co-founder Aaron Colter (who's DIY documentarian group have recorded hundreds of live records and videos in their basement as well as locales around town), and trumpeter Farnell Newton (who's toured with Jill Scott and Bootsy Collins, leads The Othership Connection, founded the Portland Black Music Fest, and curates artists for Marmoset), feel free to leave our panelists questions in the comments below or on our Facebook event page.

See you on Sunday, April 29 at the Doug Fir!

And if you can't make it in person, the event will also be live streamed right here thanks to our partners at AudioGlobe!

Lead photo by James Kemp Photography

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