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SoundPro is back for 2018 – save the date, October 6th!

Posted on: Tuesday 29th of May 2018

_MG_0980_DxO2_1920_webSoundPro, the one-day must-attend table-top expo for audio professionals – that’s location recordists, production sound technicians, audio enthusiasts in broadcast, film and post, all of you! – is back for 2018.  On October 6th 2018, between 11am and 5pm.

SoundPro’18 continues to build on the event originally introduced by the Institute of Professional Sound. Last year, the show had a record number of visitors and exhibitors, as well as three fantastic talks from leading lights in post-production, sound supervising and Foley. This year it’s going to be even better!

The venue is, once again, Ealing Town Hall in West London. At over 300sqm in area, the light-filled, gothic revival-style Victoria Hall is the largest space within the facility, and that’s where the action is going to be.

And it’s dead easy to get there.

More info will be coming your way soon, including how to sign up… But for now, save the date, October 6th!

Want to know more? info@resolutionmag.com

www.soundpro.org.uk



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