Join us for the first-ever Industry Access Music Conference at Studios 301
Calling all artists, musicians, producers and creatives navigating their way through the music industry! The first-ever Industry Access Music Conference is coming to the iconic Studios 301 and it’s the must-attend event for all those passionate about the ever-evolving music landscape.
The two-day conference is a collaboration between Abbey Road Institute Sydney, Australian Music Week and Studios 301 and will be packed with opportunities to network, learn and grow. This conference truly showcases the best and brightest community in the music industry. With electrifying keynotes, thought-provoking panels, hands-on workshops, artist showcases and more.
You will want to take advantage of the two most significant keynotes, the event’s centrepiece, featuring the legendary Bluesfest Byron Bay CEO Peter Noble OAM and South West Sydney hip-hop icon L-FRESH the Lion. These two music industry titans will share insight into their personal journeys and offer essential advice in their respective fields.
There will be plenty of opportunities to network throughout the packed weekend! The excitement starts with a networking breakfast on the Saturday featuring “Tunes for Breakfast” by JBL. Be surrounded by delegates, attendees, artists and creators, all while enjoying a pumping live DJ set. On day two, the networking continues at lunch. This is your opportunity to cement the relationships you built on the first day or form new connections.
Workshops and panels
Saturday begins with an exclusive Recording Workshop in the legendary Studio 1 with our lead trainer and engineer Stefan Du Randt and Studios 301 engineer Jack Garzonio. After that, you’ll be surrounded by industry leaders such as Stuart Coupe, Ian Smith, Karen-Lee Goody, and more. There will be keynotes and panels throughout the day.
You won’t want to miss producer, engineer and ARI student Isabella Loong host her Femme Force podcast live in Studio 1! Femme Force at 301: Women in Music features an all-female panel of engineers, producers and creators. They will discuss their diverse careers in studios across Sydney.
Filling out the rest of the day will be another live podcast with Midknight Snack. Followed by a music mastering workshop, “State of Play” which looks into the ever-evolving industry landscape and concludes with the one and only Peter Noble OAM.
Day two kicks off with even more workshops from the Abbey Road Institute and Studios 301 team, including a Production Workshop with our very own Jess Des and Remixing Workshop with Dave Truong and Ryan Collings.
As mentioned, L-FRESH the Lion will deliver his thought-provoking keynote in the morning, before we welcome Ray Beadle and Tasman Guitar, and an APRA AMCOS 101 workshop, covering the function of the organisation, the support it offers and how you can make the most out of your membership.
Geoff Trio, CEO of Australian Music Week, says the Industry Access Music Conference is the natural evolution of Australian Music Week.
“The 5-day conference in Cronulla was a space for music lovers, artists, and industry professionals to connect, network, and do business. With so much recent change in the music industry, forums like this are more important than ever. I encourage all attendees to participate and learn as much as possible. Dig in, network, teach and learn. Results always depend on the effort, but the goal is to find creative solutions and succeed in this music business we’re in.”
“I’m so excited to bring this conference to Studios 301,” says Ron Haryanto, General Manager of Studios 301 and CEO of Abbey Road Institute Sydney.
“The combination of Abbey Road Institute’s education objectives and style, with the direct industry excellence and community of Studios 301, is the perfect match for what Australian Music Week started. We hope this Industry Access Music Conference will become a regular forum, bringing our community together and continuing the conversation on how we can thrive in this challenging industry.”
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