AKG Scholarship of Sound experts revealed

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The now-annual AKG Scholarship of Sound is once again opening its doors to those looking to get a head-start in digital music production.

Funded by audio hardware specialists AKG, the initiative offers 10 lucky applicants from across Europe the chance to work closely with experts in electronic music, offering their extensive knowledge across a series of Q&A sessions, workshops and mentoring tutorials, not to mention a trip to the AKG Studio in Berlin.

The experts for this year have just been announced, and are listed in the release as:

Carl Craig – DJ, producer, electronic music icon, creative visionary and Detroit legend

Ewan Pearson – leading British electronic music producer, remixer, academic and lecturer

Stefan Betke, aka Pole – mastering engineer, music producer and founder of ‘scape’ record label

Adam Marshall – DJ, electronic music producer and label manager

Scott Monteith aka Deadbeat – dub, minimal and tech artist

Philip Sherburn – acclaimed music journalist, DJ, producer and writer

Rene Rennefeld – Sony BMG’s former A&R man, producer, entrepreneur, songwriter

Dominik Biba – AKG sound engineer and acoustic expert

Schneiders Büro – the most renowned store internationally for synthesizers

Want to get involved? Taking place from 30th July to 6th August, applicants can apply to take part by clicking here. All entries must be submitted by a final deadline of April 30th.

Gerald Lynch
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  • Stuff like this is what I like to read about – its exciting to think of the music that will come out of this

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