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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Flux Summit Brings Together Electronic Music Industry Pros

Posted By on Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 11:44 AM

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Tomorrow's Flux Summit promises to be a watershed event for SF's electronic music scene. Held at Pyramind Studios, it's an industry mixer, panel discussion, and music review session all rolled into one. The inaugural event in what could be an annual happening, the Flux Summit will address a hot topic: "21st Century PR for Independent Labels and Artists," moderated by Tomas Palermo, Managing Editor of WireTap magazine and KUSF DJ. According to the press release, "The discussion will cover effective marketing and promotion campaigns, online tools, how to engage media outlets, what methods are relevant these days, and what a decent campaign should cost. The discussion will also touch on digital promo servicing, web presence, social networks as well as the differences between doing PR independently and using professional services." The Flux Summit also includes a music review session run by TestPress and software demos by PreSonus . Best of all, the Flux Summit is free to attend, though an RSVP is required. Click here to register.

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