A perennial favorite of NAMM attendees, the events at Avid’s Main Stage for 2019 will host some of industry’s biggest names for a unique creative moment that will also be live streamed with Avid Link. Feed your passion on the main Avid stage, where you’ll hear from some of the industry’s biggest names, including Tony Maserati, Leslie Brathwaite, Michael Brauer, Andrew Scheps, Alan Meyerson, Tchad Blake, and Will Files! For this year’s edition of NAMM Avid prepared everything for – another – experience shared with the creative community that visits their booth between January 24 and 28. But because not everybody can attend, now, with Avid Link, it is possible to watch as it happens, because the event is live streamed. Available for Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android, the Avid Link app allows anyone to find, connect, and collaborate with a diverse community of audio and video creators, including producers, mixers, composers, editors, videographers, and graphic designers. Avid Link makes it easier for users to promote their work and skills to a vast network of media professionals, manage and keep their software up-to-date, and acquire tools and skills that expand their creative repertoire. Avid Sessions with iconic producers “At NAMM 2019, Avid is connecting the creative community with collaborative workflows for teams and individuals and the new Avid Link app, which brings together the industry’s most diverse and inspired group,” said Rob D’Amico, Director, Audio Solutions Marketing at Avid. “A fantastic line up of industry greats will be headlining on Avid’s main stage, and by streaming live on Avid Link, we’re giving everyone a front-row seat to inspiring sessions and exciting interactions.” The Avid Main Stage will be the place to hear from some of the biggest names in the music and audio post production industry. These iconic producers, editors and mixers are best known for their works with artists such as Foo Fighters, Cardi B, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, David Bowie, The Chainsmokers and Coldplay, and on films such as Venom and Deadpool, and touring bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers and Weezer. These pros will share their experiences and expertise to inspire other music professionals and aspiring talent to create their best sound in workflows for audio post, music creation, notation and live sound. Avid Sessions at NAMM 2019 “Mix with the Masters” – music production sessions with world-renowned artists like Mixing Engineer and multiple GRAMMY Award winner Tony Maserati (Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, David Bowie, Lady Gaga), and GRAMMY-nominated Recording and Mixing Engineer Leslie Brathwaite (Cardi B, Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Little Wayne). Post Production – thought-provoking discussions from industry greats such as award-winning Supervising Sound Editor and Re-recording Mixer Will Files (Deadpool, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) talking about his work on Marvel Studio’s box-office smash Venom. Live Sound – featuring professionals who have worked with music greats like Front-of-House (FOH) veteran Greg Price (Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Kiss) and FOH Engineer and Avid Live Sound Senior Market Specialist, Robert Scovill (Tom Petty, Matchbox 20, Rush). Music Notation & Composition – Learn how to use Avid Sibelius® to compose and notate scores with renowned music creators like composer and pianist Greg Spero (Halsey, Makaya McCraven, Arturo Sandoval, Corey Wilkes, Robert Irving III). Pensado’s Place returns Avid says the company is proud to once again present Pensado’s Place during the NAMM Show which will also be streamed live through the Avid Link app. Hosted by dynamic duo Dave Pensado and Herb Trawick, Pensado’s Place provides in-depth interviews with some of the best mixers, engineers and producers in the business. For more details and up-to-date information on Avid’s Main Stage sessions at the show, visit the Avid website and social channels. If you can not attend, sign in for the public beta of Avid Link, and get a virtual sit on the front row to see the events at Avid’s Main Stage. The post Avid at NAMM 2019: live events will be streamed using Avid Link appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.