Digital Music Summit in So Bay Offers Sweet Deal to Attend


This Sunday, the College of Silicon Valley, Mission College of Santa Clara will host the “2015 Digital Music Summit” (DMS), truly a musician’s E-Ticket ride to the modern day, state of the art recording workshop. The offering is a digital delight of an entire day for the seasoned musician, audiophile or even just a beginner interested in learning the ins and outs of Digital Recording. You will get a chance to mingle and meet your new Summit buddies, the staff, and all of the guest producers with food and a free t-shirt thrown in for good measures.

The Mission College Director of Digital Music, Phil Hawkins, promises a variety of digital recording workshops, clinics, and performances by some of the best musicians and audio engineers in the music business today. There will also be a “Digital Music Summit Marketplace” featuring some of the top digital music equipment vendors displaying their latest wares.

Phil talked about the overall workshop and demos in an interview with Event City last week and brought up a crucial point, “It’s important that anyone thinking of attending the Summit realizes this is not just for the longtime musician or expert music junkie, but for anyone with an interest in learning to do digital recording.”

The Digital Music Summit will be held in Mission College’s brand new state-of-the-art recording studio located in the Gillmore Center, Rm GC125— 3000 Mission College Blvd in Santa Clara on Sunday, November 22, 2015. The event runs from 10am to 7pm.

The 2015 “Digital Music Summit” will feature hands-on recording clinics led by world class engineers John Cuniberti (Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar), Tom Size (Y&T, Mr. Big) and Andy Deguara (Queensryche, Too Short). Participants will learn to record drums, guitars, keyboards, and vocals. The event will also feature an “in-studio” live performance by the East Bay band, MoeTar.

Phil Hawkins, stated in a recent interview with BAMmagazine, “Our mission is to bring students, educators, manufacturers, engineers and professional musicians together to learn about the latest developments in music and audio production. It also is a great way to network and meet some of the most talented, and most connected music professionals here in the Bay Area.”

An all-day pass to the “2015 Digital Music Summit”is ONLY $25.00 while tickets last. People can pre-register and save $5 by going to this link – Mission College Music Department. Don’t forget besides the great educational day of music, you’ll receive free t-shirts, food, a music industry meet-and-greet and an “In-Studio” concert and recording session with Summit Recording Artists, MoeTar.

To get more information about attending or to learn how you might participate in the Digital Music Summit at Mission College in Santa Clara send an email to:

You can also call: (408) 855-5285.

Hope to see you at the Summit on Sunday.

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