Pandora to Pro Tools Seminar


JMC Academy is proud to announce to new partnership with Real Industry and UTS Sydney (Sydney Event Only) as we present this very special seminar to JMC and UTS students this September.

Jay Leboeuf is presenting a hands-on workshop in applying skills for all areas of the Creative Industries to the ever-growing music and digital media technology industry.

Who is Jay LeBoeuf? 
 

Jay LeBoeuf is the Executive Director of Real Industry, an education nonprofit that prepares its students to 

enter the technology industry by exposing them to leading tech companies’ practices. He is a lecturer in music technology and music business at Stanford University's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).  

He advises digital media startups such as Chromatik, LANDR, and Kadenze. Jay is an entrepreneur in his own right, having founded Imagine Research, which was later acquired by iZotope, and a former researcher for Avid’s Advanced technology Group.

About the Workshop


Jay LeBoeuf will present an immersive and interactive introductory workshop that will open your eyes to the inner practices of high-level media technology companies, as well as provide practical guidance for career paths in media technology industries.


Students will go behind the scenes at leading companies and explore key roles in the media tech industry including marketing, product management, and product and industry design. 

 

This is a complimentary Event.
Registrations are essential.

Sydney

Location: JMC Academy Campus
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Date: Friday 2nd September




Brisbane

Location: JMC Academy Campus
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Date: Monday 5th September


Melbourne

Location: JMC Academy Campus
Time: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Date: Thursday 8th September





"Where are the digital media, music technology, and entertainment technology industries going? How do leading music, audio and video tech companies bring products from ideation through commercialisation? What real-world opportunities are available for the next-generation of students at established companies like Adobe, Dolby, Spotify, Pandora, Sonos, Native Instruments, Autodesk, and more?'" - Jay LeBoeuf