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Music Expo San Francisco (in association with Sound on Sound) is just around the corner! Join some of the top names in audio engineering for a full day of networking, masterclasses and product demos. This year’s Expo will be on November 11th, 2017 at SAE Expression College in Emeryville, CA.

It’s been a busy year for Music Expo! For the first time ever, Music Expo branched out into two new cities— Miami in May and Boston in June! Both events were successful and really helped to strengthen the Music Expo community. Now, the Expo is headed back to it’s original stomping grounds, San Francisco, CA.

The lineup for Music Expo San Francisco has already been announced. Some names you can expect to hear from this year are Moldover (Godfather of Controllerism), David Earl (Lila Rose, Dream Theater), Alex Plays (Cirque du Soleil), Decap (Talib Kweli, Snoop Dogg, Ne-Yo), Michael Romanowski (Third Eye Blind, Train), Michael Gross (Music Director, Twitter), Matt Boudreau (Working Class Audio Host), Piper Payne (Madame Gandhi, Ray Cooper, Geographer), Casey Shafer (Con Brio) and more! You can checkout the full lineup at musicexpo.co.

As well as the impressive line-up of speakers, Music Expo also features exhibitors and product demos from the likes of: Ableton, Arturia, BAE Audio Eventide, iZotope, Keith McMillen Instruments, Native Instruments, Prism Sound, Pyramind, Q Up Arts, Unity Audio, Yamaha, and Vintage King.

Register now to lock in your Early Bird Pricing! Music Expo registration is just $15 until August 31st. However, SOS readers can take advantage of this discount until September 11 using code SOS2017. After that, the price goes up to $35 for General Admission.

Music Expo have partnered with sponsors and exhibitors including SAE Expression College, iZotope, Plugin Alliance, Pyramind, Audio Engineering Society, B-Side Project, Making Music Magazine, Gearslutz.com, SF Station, Today’s Future Sound, Teenage Engineering, Lagunitas Brewing Company, and Clif Bar.

If you plan to attend and you from out of town, you can take advantage of a preferential hotel rate at Four Points by Sheraton, with whom Music Expo have partnered.To find out more, go to: musicexpo.co/hotel.

There is so much in store for Music Expo San Francisco 2017! You can follow Music Expo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date on the latest developments.