IMS College presents BURN Residency Sessions

17 May 2017

Taking place in Ibiza, the International Music Summit is an educational and motivational platform dedicated to create awareness within the electronic music industry. This year, in partnership with IMS, BURN Residency is presenting an additional free* day of networking, education, and workshops specially created for music students, budding DJs, up-and-coming producers, industry entrepreneurs and IMS delegates.

The three-day event, held every year in the electronic music capital, aims to bring together the next generation of bright industry minds for an intense 360-degree learning experience that will give a new wave of electronic music creators and professionals the tools and knowledge to assist their careers.

 

Tuesday 23rd May will see IMS College and BURN Residency deliver a first class programme, with a range of seminars, workshops and interactive sessions covering many aspects of the music industry. It will cover everything from press and promotion to A&R and career advice, all with the aim of giving attendees an opportunity to learn and develop their existing skills, equipping them with vital tools and knowledge to help them progress further.

 

 

Here’s a first view of the programme:

 

12:00 am - 12:00 am

IMS COLLEGE PRESENT BURN RESIDENCY SESSIONS AT IMS IBIZA

 

12:00 pm - 12:05 pm

IMS COLLEGE PRESENT BURN RESIDENCY SESSIONS INTRODUCTION

Presented by IMS Partners and Lisa Buchan (Monster/BURN Energy, Director Music & Culture Strategic Brands EMEA, UK)

 

12:05 pm - 12:35 pm

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: RADIO SESSION

Presented by Special Guest

 

12:35 pm - 1:05 pm

BRAND PARTNERSHIPS: A FORMULA FOR SUCCESS

Ben Turner (Graphite/IMS, CEO/Partner, UK)
Lisa Buchan (Monster/BURN Energy, Director Music & Culture Strategic Brands, UK)
Macky Drese (Evermix, CEO, UK)
Mark Grotefeld (Pioneer DJ EMEA, General Manager, UK)

Moderated by Inder Phull (KRPT, Managing Director, UK)

Briefing: Providing a practical framework for artists that are interested in connecting with consumer brands.

 

1:05 pm - 2:00 pm

POINT BLANK PRESENTS: DVS1 – DJ SKILLS MASTERCLASS

DVS1 (Artist, USA)
Interviewed by Carly Hordern (Point Blank, Presenter/A&R, UK)

Briefing: The Berghain resident will discuss his unique mixing style, his record collection of over 35,000 vinyls and his experiences of the infamous Berlin club.

 

2:00 pm - 2:15 pm

BREAK

 

2:15 pm - 2:45 pm

HOW TO CUT THROUGH THE NOISE IN THE BLOGOSPHERE –
A GUIDE TO GETTING YOUR RELEASE HEARD

Presented by Toni Tambourine (Neighbourhood PR, Partner, UK)

Briefing: How to present yourself professionally as a producer and DJ to increase your visibility and how to get blogs to notice you and your releases.

 

2:45 pm - 3:15 pm

ALL ABOUT EARS: PLAY SAFE, HEAR TOMORROW

Presented by Jono Heale (ACS Custom, Director, UK)

Briefing: Musicians and DJs are 3.5 times more likely to suffer from hearing loss and 1.5 times more likely to develop Tinnitus than the general population. If you are serious about sound this presentation is a must, so you can play safe now and still hear tomorrow.

 

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

WORKSHOP: BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC – ELECTRONIC COMPOSITION TECHNIQUES

Presented by Nacho Marco (Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus,
Professor of Music Production, Technology & Innovation, Spain)

Briefing: Dissection of one of Nacho’s records “Warm Trax Vol.2” released on Philadelphia’s Ovum Recordings as a real example of how to produce a dance music EP.

 

4:15 pm - 4:45 pm

IMS PARTNERS – Q&A SESSION AND CLOSING REMARKS

Hosted by IMS Partners

 

4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

WORKSHOP: WARNER A&R SESSION

Siad Rahman (Warner Music, Senior A&R Manager, Germany)
Tass Diakos (Warner Music, Dance Label Manager & A&R, Australia)
Tom Aldridge (FFRR/Parlophone Records, A&R Manager, UK)

Briefing: Bring your productions to be assessed by leading A&R industry specialists.

 

VIEW FULL IMS IBIZA SCHEDULE HERE

 

*Entry with IMS Ibiza accreditation & wristband

Special IMS College present BURN Residency wristband produced for students

No ticket required for students, proof of full time education must be supplied on the day

Attendees should arrive by 11.30 to register and receive their wristband