At IMSTA FESTA NY, Borujow will share insights from working with T.I., Imagine Dragons, Madonna, Andrea Bocelli and others.

New York, NY (August 3, 2018)—Grammy Award-winning mix engineer Ariel Borujow will present the keynote at IMSTA FESTA NY, which will take place September 22 at the SAE Institute New York.

An accomplished mix engineer, Borujow has to his name credits including T.I., Imagine Dragons, Justin Martin, Puffy, Just Blaze, Lucius, Chromeo, The Chainsmokers, Bebe Rexha, Chiddy Bang, CID, Madonna, Mac Miller and Andrea Bocelli. When he is not behind a console mixing, he enjoys discussing his work. He has spoken on panels at SXSW, led master classes across France, and provided private lessons to up-and-coming producers and engineers. Outside of the recording studio, he also mixes live music for national live television broadcasting and serves as a member of the committee for the Producers and Engineer Wing at The Recording Academy.

AES to Host AR/VR Industry Leaders

IMSTA FESTA NY will begin at 11 a.m. and run until 6 p.m. on September 22, 2018, at the SAE Institute New York, located at 218 W. 18th St. in New York City.

In addition to hosting IMSTA Master Class sessions, full-time music professionals and experts from nearly two dozen music production technology companies will offer technology demos and exhibitions at the event.

Featured companies include Accusonus, Acon Digital, Acoustica, Arturia, Avid, Best Service, Bitwig Studio, Blue Cat Audio, Celemony Software, Eventide, FabFilter, FL Studio, Focusrite, Novation, IK Multimedia, Image Line, iZotope, KV331 Audio, Magix, McDSP, Native Instruments, Nugen Audio, PreSonus, Relab Development, Reveal Sound, Rob Papen, Serato Limited, Sonarworks, sonible GmbH, Soundtoys, Steinberg, u-he, Wave Arts and Yamaha.

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Music makers will be able to meet product specialists face to face and get hands-on experience with the latest music technologies. In addition to offering product-specific tips and techniques, exhibitors will provide prizes for hourly raffle giveaways. MusiCares, established by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to provide industry members with a safety net of critical assistance, will again host its hearing clinic and fit attendees for custom earplugs. Live song reviews at IMSTA FESTA NY will give attendees the chance to present their work to experienced industry professionals for one-on-one appraisal.

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