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Announcing Reason 9.1

We’re very proud to announce that Reason 9.1 is now available, featuring support for Ableton Link!

Like many of us here in the office I’m in a handful of bands, so when Ableton approached us with integrating Link in Reason I was both professionally and personally intrigued. Making music together is something entirely different from creating by yourself. It’s not better or worse, but it’s different and incredibly rewarding. Sharing your ideas and inspiring each other will lead you to musical results that never would’ve happened otherwise. With Link in Reason, it’s easier than ever to make music together—regardless of your software of choice.

To update to Reason 9.1, simply launch Reason 9 and download your free update. And if you’re on an earlier version or don’t own Reason yet, there’s never been a better time to get started. It’s been really fun working on Reason 9.1 and I’m sure you’ll have even more fun making music with it.

Read all about Reason 9.1 here!

Mattias Häggström Gerdt
Reason Product Manager

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BeatSkillz Slam Pro


Slam Pro is the latest in a line of products from BeatSkillz aimed at electronic music producers. We investigate.

BeatSkillz is a Los Angeles-based audio software company specialising in plugins aimed at electronic music producers. The company’s latest offering, Slam Pro, is a ‘mix phattener’ which combines elements of compression, saturation, EQ stereo widening and sub-bass enhancement to act as an all-round mix processor.

Slam Pro could be viewed as a natural successor to one of the company’s previous products, Slam Dawg, which was released in the summer of 2015 and created by the same team of developers, led by Gaurav Dayal. Whereas the Dawg is an entry level unit, the Pro (true to name) is a significant upgrade with more wide-ranging possibilities. Trends in the market suggest a resurgence in popularity of all-in-one units and Slam Pro fits nicely within this category. Possibly developed with EDM producers in mind but lending itself to all styles of dance music, it provides a solution for mastering or for processing individual elements within a track.

Slam Pro offers control over an extensive range of separate processor types: Bass (with independent Sub, Thump and Boom controls), Heat (three types of saturation), Airz (adding clarity and presence via high-shelf EQ), Pop (a multi-mode compressor), Crush (loudness enhancement) and Stereo Expander. BeatSkillz describe it as a “simple yet powerful” tool, which is certainly true. With a very intuitive learning curve, I found it easy to apply, with immediately noticeable results across both the individual stems and master out.

Applied to an 808 bass sound, Slam Pro demonstrated an instant impact within the mix. Amongst the presets, one finds a number of settings geared towards sub bass in particular. Just dialling in a small amount of extra Thump and Boom enhancement will generate [advert-inline] a lot of energy in the low end, while dialling in even the smallest amount of Heat will bring out the low to high mids.

As a result of this immediate impact, Slam Pro can feel a little destructive on the master bus. I found it to be at its most effective on a drum bus or instrument group channel. The Heat control in particular is effective at adding thickness and weight to sounds, with the three saturation modes providing a useful range of flavours.

I found that each element of the plugin adds something quite different, yet the various sections complement each other well, with the multi-band stereo widening option and wet/dry control for instant parallel processing effects rounding out what amounts to a true multi-purpose processing tool.

There are very few weaknesses. The layout and design is simple and will appeal to those who prefer to use ears and not eyes to process their sounds. There is a simple gain reduction meter to monitor the impact of compression added via the Pop section, but visual feedback is otherwise limited. While there’s a lot to be said for visual simplicity, I found the on/off buttons and the lights above the Crush switch slightly confusing. Perhaps numerical readouts for parameter settings could also help imrpove accuracy when dialling in sounds. For the price of $149, one might also expect more presets.

Tiny criticisms aside, Slam Pro makes it easy to implement effective changes to any mix. I wouldn’t consider it as a surgical tool for the master bus but more a plugin to add character, personality and a touch of something different. At $79 (until the end of September) it’s a great addition to the studio. After September, its RRP will be $149. Beatskillz are currently offering a free copy of the company’s Slam Dawg plugin when purchasing.

[rating buy=”Slam Pro” price=”$149″ link=”https://www.beatskillz.com/slam-pro/” value=”3.5″ versatility=”4″ ease_of_use=”4″ overall=”4″ text=”Simple, fun and effective. Slam Pro isn’t the most precise tool, but it gets highly useable results.”]

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Dubspot Student Spotlight: September 2016 Outstanding Talent

In our September 2016 Dubspot Student Spotlight, we highlight some outstanding students who have taken courses at Dubspot NYC, LA, and Online. Get to know Space Toast, Schlick, Factor Eight, and Mavati.

Student Spotlight



Mike Mattia | Brooklyn, NYC

Space Toast

Mike Mattia started off growing his passion of djing and producing at Dubspot in March of 2015 and Space Toast was born. Mike has always been an active member of the dance music community, but with no formal music training, was grateful to find Dubspot and take his first classes in Ableton Live, DJing, and Sound Design. House music and techno are his genres of choice, and he’s invested in expanding his knowledge base by continually creating and collecting music, but also traveling around the world to various music festivals to spark his creative inspiration. Now he’s taking that inspiration to the studio, working hard to cultivate his unique sound full of groovy tech house beats. Since his career began only a short year and a bit ago, he’s played at renowned venues such as Space Miami, Output, Slake, Le Poisson Rouge, The Black Rose, Terra Firma, as well as many rooftops and after hours spots. His original tracks have been picked up by well-known music collectives such as Bodhi and OKNF. His latest unreleased track is in the works with a notable record label. All in all, things are on a constant upward climb with Space Toast and his musical journey.

“Dubspot is the sole reason I’m at where I am. Coming from more of a tech background than an instrumental one, I knew I could figure out Ableton Live but as every producer knows it can be very daunting when you first open the DAW. Dubspot gave me that push I needed to get my production career started. Being involved in the music scene for 10+ years prior I couldn’t wait to finally get my own productions going. I started with the Ableton Live Masterclass and learned the in’s and out’s of everything Live had to offer. All of my teachers were absolutely amazing, and I really learned everything I needed to give me that jump start. During my Ableton Live class, I also took a DJ class on the side just to brush up on my techniques and really to enjoy learning with like minded people. After I finished up my six-month music production class I was hungry to learn more and decided to take the Sound Design Program. In only the year and a half I have been producing, I have accomplished more than what some producers do in 10+ years. None of this could have been done without Dubspot, and I appreciate everything they did for myself and my music career.” – Mike Mattia

Andrew Bennett | Saskatoon, Canada

Factor Eight

Andrew Bennett grew up and currently resides in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where he creates music under the alias Factor Eight. Over the past three years, he has taught himself how to compose and produce music, as well as furthering his education at New York’s renowned music technology school, Dubspot. Using mostly piano and vocals, he designs orchestral atmospheres through the Ableton Live digital audio workstation. Factor Eight has established a unique sound, found at the intersection of electronic music and orchestral compositions, drawing audiences to emotionally connect through vibrant harmony and contrasting details.

Factor Eight discovered passion and success in visual media composing. Through the pairing of music with visual media, his music has been heard both locally and internationally including the official selection of Air Canada’s EnRoute Film Festival. In May of 2016, the Western Canadian Music Awards nominated Factor Eight for Visual Media Composer of the Year. The eager and swiftly emerging artist has licensed music to prestigious companies that include ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, Salomon and Gillette. Recent original composition projects include Out TV’s ‘Fabulocity’, advertising campaigns for Whistler Blackcomb, and animation short ‘Overcast’.

The orchestral-electronic artist is currently composing work for a second album that will straddle the boundaries of his pioneering genre. In Fall of 2015, Factor Eight was awarded Saskatchewan Arts Board’s Independent Artist Grant for this project. Once completed, the fresh body of work will showcase the continuing maturation of talent and ability of Factor Eight as both a musician and producer, contributing to an already impressive professional portfolio. Factor Eight’s greatest intent is to work with exceptional companies and directors, compose and produce for ambitious visual media projects, and mark uncharted territory in art.

“I credit my time at Dubspot as a fundamental factor in my success thus far as a composer and producer. It is so unique to engage with leaders and teachers willing to share their breadth of knowledge from tangible achievements in the industry. I showed up to all office hours, soaking up every moment to pick the brain of icons like Steve Nalepa. These hours have proven invaluable to how I make decisions regarding my art as well as my career. Dubspot facilitated the pursuit of my goals by reciprocating the effort I invested. The environment was a catalyst in growing my passion into technical skill and artistic mastery. Being surrounded by like-minded students with the fervent drive to create music was a time that I will cherish for my entire career.” – Andrew Bennett

Bradley Tellis | Mumbai, India

Bradley Tellis

Bradley Tellis is a guitarist and producer from Bombay India. He is a member of the four-piece pop band ‘The Colour Compound’ and a sessions guitarist for electronic acts like Ox7gen Live, Sandunes, and many others. He has also been on some of the country’s biggest festival stages such as Nh7 Weekender, Sunburn, and more.

More recently Bradley has begun to release electronic music under his solo moniker ‘Schlick’. His debut track ‘Take One’ released on the Indian Electronic Label ‘Lowlit’s compilation titled Better Late Vol 1. He has since been working on music for his follow-up release, which will be out later this year.

Besides being a musician, Bradley works with Oranjuice Entertainment and has played a major role in the curation and stage management for Asia’s biggest blues festival, ‘The Mahindra Blues Festival’ as well as ‘Johnnie Walker – The Journey’ which included acts such as the Grammy Award-winning band ‘Snarky Puppy’ and other electronic acts including Bonobo, Tycho, and Explosions In The Sky.

“After taking the Music Foundation course online at Dubspot, enrolling in the New York school was only a matter of time for me. The best part about going to Dubspot for me, besides learning what I wanted to is I got to hang out with musicians, Dj’s, artists, teachers, and producers who were into all kinds of music. That’s really where the learning happens. Being a musician, I think finding inspiration is the key to moving forward, and Dubspot played a major role in doing that for me.” – Bradley Tellis

Philippe Maatouk | Cranston, RI


I am 21 years old and originally from Providence, Rhode Island who produces music under the name Mavati. I heard about Dubspot through a friend some time last year. I decided to take a chance and attended the school for about eight months. I have been producing electronic music and dabbling in hip hop beats for a little over two years now. I was always drawn to beats over the years but never had time to commit myself to producing since I was going to school, playing sports, and working. Once I put all of that to rest, I was able to start creating. Throughout all the time I have been producing I never released any tracks until landing “Stadium House” and “A.M.” on the new Araabmuzik album, “Dreamworld.”

This has partly to do with me wanting to hone in my production skills before releasing anything. Before coming to Dubspot, my mixes were terrible… plain and simple. After taking the Mixing and Mastering course with Ariel Burojow, I would just mix the record myself and have someone else master. Now I have the skills to mix and master my work.

“Dubspot provided me with the tools to take my production to the next level. It was nice to be in a creative environment for a change and not just watching youtube tutorials at home!” – Philippe Maatouk


Open House in NYC: Sundays 11am | Guided Tour of LA

Ask questions. Watch demos. Test drive workstations.

Visit our New York and Los Angeles locations! Ask our Admissions Counselors in-depth questions about our programs, curriculum and philosophy. Watch live music production and DJ demos, and test drive our student workstations. If you are still trying to decide what you are looking for, stop by one of our Open Houses in NYC or schedule a tour in LA to find out more about the learning process at Dubspot. We can also help with scheduling details and payment options.


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Head of Strøm School – Lars Juhl


“I am on the mission of my life: to change music education as we know it.” Head of Strøm School, Lars Juhl, describes his job.


Lars Juhl

Place of work?

The Strøm office in central Copenhagen. Quite often I’ll also be working in London or Berlin. I’ve just arrived home from Knowledge Arena, an educational event hosted across three amazing festivals in August: Strøm (Copenhagen), Dimensions and Outlook (Pula, Croatia).


As head of Strøm School, we provide knowledge, education and the development of electronic music in Denmark and abroad. I managed 47 educational events throughout 2015 including tech workshops, artist talks, gear-sharing events and keynotes.

I’m on a big mission to make it possible for everyone to be musically creative with music technology – and to make these technologies inspire and dramatically change music education in primary schools, high schools and universities in Denmark and abroad. I consider computers, iPads and electronic gear real instruments – to me the acoustic piano is old music technology and the iPad just a newer one. Technology is not only a tool that enables users to make ‘real music’ – technology is a true means of musical expression. For example, one large project I do is The Electronic School Concert – a two week intensive course for primary school classes that ends with a concert where students perform live in front of friends and parents – on iPads.

[quote]To me the acoustic piano is old music technology and the iPad just a newer one[/quote]

How long have you had the job?

For two years. The first six months was more of a consultancy role but it’s been full time since January 2015.

What does a typical day involve?

There is never a typical day! My only constants are being with my kids every other week and my piano.

There is one thing though: I force myself to produce at least one important thing each day, be it a pitch, a great email, a new concept, a piece of music or a fruitful meeting.

Highs of the job?

There are many. What pops into mind is the recent feedback from a teacher in a primary school. We had completed a two-week project followed by a concert with his pupils. After the curtain fell he said to me: “This is the best and most rewarding day in my life as a teacher. Today is the peak of my career.” I still get goose bumps when recalling those words. Another thing that thrills me is when students, musicians, DJs and employees take giant steps through projects that I conceived.

Lows of the job?

I’ve sadly had to pass on great collaboration opportunities or I would never get any sleep! Narrow-minded people  don’t realise the ongoing and inevitable changes in music education and indeed the music business. Fundraising can also be tedious – because you never know if you’re going to succeed.

Who are the people who’ve had the biggest influence on your career?

Apart from my twin brother Anders? Firstly, I had a career coach and psychologist that saw right through me and basically made me quit a prestigious job in order to follow my visions in line with my talents. Secondly, the amazing people I run projects with such as Tony Nwachukwu (CDR), Jonathan Scrathley (NVS) and Frederik Birket-Smith (Strøm). Thirdly, I had the opportunity to record Terry Jones and Alan Rickman singing my songs for a movie back in 2000. Working with actors in that league was a mind-blowing experience – the way those people strive for perfection is unbelievable.

How did you get the job?

Strøm called me right after I had quit a prestigous job. It’s a non-profit organisation supporting electronic music in Denmark. We run Strøm Festival every August as well as educational activities and further projects throughout the year.

How can we get your job?

Create a similar one – and I would be the first to collaborate with you! I would rather give advice based on my own experiences: try to be a pro in several fields! When I was younger, my only dream was to be a composer and music producer. I actually made that dream come true working for eight years for EMI and BMG from the mid 90s onwards. However, I was let down by a publisher and lost a crazy amount of royalties. I therefore moved on to sales, marketing, education and even headhunting. Working in such different fields has helped my perspective in the music business. In the creative industries, it’s very important to have a broad range of skill sets.

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Dubspot Back To School Savings on All Courses in LA, NY, and Online

Let the festival sounds of summer be your inspiration for new ideas in the studio or on the stage. Learn the essential knowledge to transform your ideas into the music you love by enrolling at Dubspot during our Back To School Sale. 25% off for new students and 35% off for returning students. Sale ends Tuesday, September 20th at midnight. Enroll Today!


Do More Than Just Listen! Find your passion for creating music in our Music Foundation’s, Music Production, Mixing and Mastering, Sound Design, and DJ Programs. Join the world’s leading learning environment and community for musicians, DJs, producers, visual artists, audio professionals, and enthusiasts of all music genres. As a premier Music School for both aspiring and experienced artists alike, Dubspot’s mission is to inspire and enable students to achieve their creative goals. Classes are kept intimate in hands-on lab environments and are designed to teach you the powerful functionality of today’s leading music technology while guiding you through fundamental concepts to advance your skills and apply them creatively to develop your signature sound. Our talented tribe of musically diverse educators are more than talented musicians; they are mentors who are devoted to seeing students develop and grow as artists. Their collective experience in the music industry spans many fields, continents, and years. They are the heart of your Dubspot experience!

Contact Admissions today to learn more about our extensive course offerings and programs by calling 1.877.DUBSPOT.



Upcoming Courses in NYC, LA, and Online


Find your Music Production or DJ Education at Dubspot and discover a learning experience that goes beyond software education. Our collection of carefully developed programs explore the core elements that inspire and shape the music you create. Whatever your interest, whatever your level of experience, we can help find the right class for you. Select a program that interests you to learn more about the curriculum and related courses.

Ableton Live Producer Certificate Program

Six Levels | 48 Sessions

The flagship of our music training, with every Ableton Live course offered at the school. After completing this program, you will leave with a portfolio of original music, a remix entered in an active contest, a scored commercial to widen your scope, and the Dubspot Producer’s Certificate in Ableton Live. Read more


Logic Pro Producer Certificate Program

Six Levels | 48 Sessions

Master Logic Pro X with our complete program. You’ll get a comprehensive overview of the composition process in Logic and create a portfolio that includes a collection of original tracks, a remix entered in an active remix contest, a re-scored scene from a film, and sound effects and music for a video game. Read more


Sound Design Komplete Program

Six Levels | 48 Sessions

Become fluent in the language of sound design and synthesis with this comprehensive program. This six-level Sound Design program uses Native Instruments’ Komplete as a platform for learning synthesis and sampling techniques. Starting with an introduction to the properties of sound, this comprehensive series of courses covers the major techniques used for contemporary sound design. Read more


Mixing and Mastering Program

Three Levels | 24 Sessions

Transform rough ideas and basic compositions into dance floor bangers and sonically pleasing commercial quality masters. Learn the well-kept industry secrets of EQ, compression, panning, level balancing, reverb, and special effects. Read more


Music Foundations Program

Three Levels | 24 Sessions

Unravel electronic music’s origins, build your chops, learn musical language and theory, and make and play music the way you want. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the roots and lineage of a variety of electronic and dance music genres, strengthen their keyboard skills, and learn valuable music theory, deepening their creative practice and facilitating effective collaborations with musical partners. Read more


DJ Extensive Program

Six Levels | 24 Sessions

Immerse yourself in the complete art of DJing, from the fundamentals of beatmatching and mixing to using effects and programming extended club sets. Whether you’re a beginner wanting to learn fundamentals or a seasoned pro looking to take your talent to the next level, our curriculum is designed to accommodate all skill levels and styles of music. This comprehensive DJ program covers everything from basic mixing to advanced digital DJing with both Serato Scratch Live and Traktor Scratch Pro. Read more


DJing with Traktor Program

Three Levels

Starting with a historical overview, students will learn the fundamental concepts of DJing via Traktor’s intuitive interface. They will then delve into the vast array of possibilities offered by this groundbreaking software, presenting their work along the way. Students will leave with finished DJ mixes, a thorough understanding of DJing with Traktor, and a solid skill set ready for further development. Read more


Maschine Program

Three Levels | 12 Sessions

The future of production is here. Native Instruments’ Maschine redefines the intersection of hardware and software, performance and production. With Dubspot’s Maschine program for producers and performers, you’ll go from shaking hands with this cutting-edge music platform to making full tracks and performing your music live. Read more


Turntablism Extensive Program

Six Levels | 24 Sessions

Turntablism is the art of manipulating turntables like an instrument. Starting with the fundamentals of “Scratching” and “Beat Juggling,” the program will focus on proper technique, optimal practice habits, creative exploration, group work, applications, and eventually full-blown turntablist sets. Read more


Visual Performance Program

Two Levels | 16 Sessions

Learn how to use a toolkit of the latest software including Vidvox VDMX and Quartz Composer. Create your own performance setup for live shows. Learn from a variety of visualists and producers who are pushing the medium in new and unexpected directions. Read more


Open House in NYC: Sundays 11am | Guided Tour of LA

Ask questions. Watch demos. Test drive workstations.

Visit our New York and Los Angeles locations! Ask our Admissions Counselors in-depth questions about our programs, curriculum and philosophy. Watch live music production and DJ demos, and test drive our student workstations. If you are still trying to decide what you are looking for, stop by one of our Open Houses in NYC or schedule a tour in LA to find out more about the learning process at Dubspot. We can also help with scheduling details and payment options.


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Point Blank on Pioneer DJ Radio: Tristan E/A Debroise

One of the many reasons to learn the craft of DJing at Point Blank is that you get the chance to have your mixes played exclusively on Pioneer DJ Radio alongside the likes of top artists like Slam, Sante and Eats Everything. We get a real kick out of showcasing our students’ talent and seeing it reach an audience of thousands each week. What’s more, because PDJR also features shows from some of the biggest and best labels out there including Cadenza, Get Physical and Defected, you never know who might be listening.

DJPoint Blank’s brand new DJ Studio in our second London facility is sponsored by Pioneer DJ and features all of the latest top-of-the-range kit – including CDJ2000nxs, DJM2000nxs and the DDJ-SX controller

Tristan Debroise was only 18 when he left his hometown of Angers in France to immerse himself in London’s storied dance music underground. It was to prove a life altering decision; inspired by what he heard, Tristan armed himself with a pair of Technics and set about turning his love of music into a career. He’s since found himself on the same line-ups with some of his heroes Arnaud Le Texier, Saytek, Voigtmann and Alex Celler. Always looking to refine and improve, he enrolled on the Music Production & Sound Engineering Diploma at Point Blank earlier this year, and he’s even extended his stay until December, “because i do really enjoy the working atmosphere and meeting people from different musical Horizon”.

Indeed, it’s Point Blank’s unique creative environment, and the collaborative potential it fosters, that Tristan singles out when discussing his time here. “Everyone is sharing their own experiences and knowledge. You can meet so many people from different parts of world and it teaches you a lot about music and helps you set up future projects.” However, he is also quick to highlight the impact the Music Production modules have had on his sound. “I was explained, in depth, some techniques that I used in the past but never really understood properly.” Check out his hour long mix for Point Blank’s Pioneer DJ Radio show to get a feel for his off-beam, deep techno style. You can find more from Tristan at his Soundcloud.

Tristan E:A

Feeling inspired? Why do what Tristan did and join us. You can find out more about our DJ courses in London here, or if you want to see the state-of-the-art facilities yourself, please book a tour by contacting a course advisor or give us a call on 0207 729 4884. And remember, If you’re studying with us and want to join Tristan in getting your DJ mix played on Point Blank’s show on Pioneer DJ Radio, get in touch with Louise at Point Blank.

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Student Opportunities: Radio Syndication Company Are Looking for Radio Producers + More

We strive to give our students and alumni unique opportunities to get involved within the music industry. These come exclusively from our extensive network of industry contacts, and can range from DJ performance to internships and paid roles too. Scroll down to see what’s popping this week, and for those that want to access many more ongoing opportunities like this, you can find out all about our courses right here! Please remember, that all opportunities posted here are for Point Blank students and alumni only.

Ibiza-based Radio Syndication Company Are Looking for Radio Producers

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Do you love radio and have a passion for Ibiza? On Air Radio Syndication are a radio syndication company based in Ibiza that makes and syndicates radio shows for clients around the world. Radio show syndication helps artists to grow their listenership and increase their fanbase alongside building a successful career while playing live to their fans around the world.

They are looking to recruit expand their team and build good relationships with forward-thinking music creatives. For the role of Radio Producers, they are looking for applicants who can create a radio show from scratch, including adding jingles, idents and presenter links. Join the On Air team and you will be able to add some of the biggest names in the industry to your CV, you will get to hear new music from artists before they release it to their fans and grow your skill set.

The company works with major artists/brands such as Yousef, Sankeys, The Sound of Renaissance, Darius Syrossian, Klingande and many more.

Details: This is a paid weekly role.
Fee: Depends upon your experience and how many shows you can make per week.
Location: Online from anywhere. We live in the digital age, as long as you can produce a good quality radio show the clients will be happy.
Bonus: They are looking for a Radio Producer to come and work in-house next summer 2017 in their Ibiza offices from May until September. This will be a paid internship. Accommodation will not be included, but they will help the candidate locate a place to stay before he or she arrives. A driving license is a desired for this role.
Hours: This job requires a minimum of eight hours a week with a view to making two shows within that allocated time. More hours will be added as this role grows. Please contact Louise to find out how to apply.

The NoiseHouse are Looking for an Electronic Music Producer


The NoiseHouse, a leading audio production company responsible for the creation and production of radio shows and podcasts, are looking for an aspiring electronic music producer to help with both the production and syndication of some of the world’s biggest dance music radio shows. The role will include promoting the radio shows to international radio stations, expanding artists’ syndication lists and building comprehensive reports.

There will also be other radio production tasks so a grasp of Ableton or other production software will be essential. Each week the NoiseHouse is presented with new and exciting projects and therefore the role will also include helping with administration as well as assisting other team members with their projects. If you’re interested in applying, please send a CV and cover letter to louise@pointblanklondon.com. This is a paid role.

DJ Awards Launch 6th Edition of their Bedroom DJ Competition

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The 6th edition of the Bedroom DJ Competition in partnership with Mixcloud is looking for for emerging DJ talent to win a trip to Ibiza for a unique one-to-one master class with Doorly. They will be looking for mixes that show individuality and a passion for electronic music.

The winner will get the chance to get a unique insight in to the world of electronic music and it provides a fantastic platform to showcase their skills in dance music’s clubbing capital of the world, Ibiza. They will get to play a set at an iconic Ibiza venue and feature on DJ Awards Radio Show that will be broadcast worldwide on Pioneer DJ Radio and in Ibiza and Formentera on 92.4FM. It will also be posted on Pioneer DJ Radio’s Mixcloud page.

The winner will also go home with a prize pack of Pioneer DJ equipment including the new, top of the line DDJ-RZ, one of the first professional, native controllers for Rekordbox DJ. Plus Doorly will be mentor for the one-on-one master class at the Pioneer DJ Lab at Café Mambo Ibiza. Here’s how to enter.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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