A3C & BeatStars Partner to Launch Ultimate Producer Experience

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Producers will have the opportunity to network with some of hip-hop's most influential industry professionals.
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This October, during the 2017 A3C Festival & Conference in Atlanta, A3C and BeatStars, a music marketplace for recording artists and record producers with over 500,000 active users, will come together to transform the A3C Pro-Audio Experience into the BeatStars Summit, an event that aims to empower music makers to become entrepreneurs, run an online business and create new revenue streams. 

“We are really excited to partner with BeatStars to create a unique and valuable experience for producers at 2017 A3C Festival & Conference," said Mike Walbert, the Director of A3C. "The BeatStars Producer Summit is going to give artists the tools, connections and knowledge they need to be successful in the creative economy. We’ve been a fan of BeatStars for a while and applaud them for creating a platform that helps music makers be entrepreneurs. It’s amazing how fast they’ve grown in just a few years. They have paved a new path forward for music makers. It’s another example of technology disrupting the music industry.”  

From October 4-6, producers will have the opportunity to network with their peers and some of hip-hop's most influential industry professionals; experiment with the newest hardware, software and technology; and create new music and collaborate with A3C scheduled performers. 

"We're extremely excited to join forces with A3C and host our 1st annual BeatStars Summit in conjunction with the 2017 A3C Conference in Atlanta," added Abe Batshon, the owner and founder of BeatStars. "A3C has done an amazing job building the premier hip-hop festival and conference and we couldn’t be more proud to partner with them."

A3C is currently accepting submissions for Producer Feedback Sessions and tickets for the event can be purchased now on the BeatStars website.

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