The 2018 Mini-Con is set for Saturday, March 24th.
This year’s Mini Con is a “Guitar Summit”. Local greats Roger Hoard, Mike Ofca, and Scott Elliott will be on hand to talk gear and demonstrate how they get their sound. The Mini Con also welcomes local luthiers (guitar makers) Bill Crook and Cory Eller. Both will have their handiwork on display and Crook will share his experiences as a guitar tech for national touring bands like America.
The Mini-Con is geared towards area High School students who are interested in learning more about careers in Music Technology. The event features demonstrations, workshops, and panel discussions related to Recording, Audio Production, Live Sound, Electronic Music, and more. Hosted by WLU’s Music Technology program, the afternoon brings together WLU students, Music Tech graduates, local professionals, and high school students. Join us for this FREE event and learn about the industry, the people, and the programs. If you’re interested in any kind of Music Technology, this event is for you!
Space is limited, so be sure to register below to secure your spot and automatically enter your name for our Giveaway Prize drawing!
2018 Music Tech Mini-Con Schedule
Saturday, March 24, 2018
12 noon – Introduction and Electronic Music Performance by Dr. Matthew Harder
12:30 – Jam Session with special guests Roger Hoard and Mike Ofca
1:00 – Q&A and Panel Discussion
1:45 – Recording Guitars in the Studio
3:00 – MIDI Guitar demonstration
3:30 – Giveaways and T-Shirts
SPONSORED BY CA HOUSE MUSIC
FOR MORE INFORMATION
2017 MUSIC TECH MINI-CON
Feb 25, 2017 schedule:
12pm – Optional Lunch (pizza and drinks provided free of charge in the College Union)
1pm – Welcome and Live Sound Demonstration (College Union)
2pm – Panel Discussion about Careers in Music Technology (College Union)
3pm – Studio Recording Demonstration (Recording Studio)
4pm – Electronic Music Workshop (Media Arts Center)
A special Thanks to Justin Malarkey andCA House Productions for sponsoring the 2017 Music Tech Mini-Con. The Mini-Con was also sponsored by the College of Arts and Communications and the Department of Music and Theater at West Liberty University.