Sequencer Tour @ SXSW
March 12, 2019
This year, re:publica, Europe’s largest conference on internet and digital society, is partnering with the Reeperbahn Festival and the next media accelerator to present the Sequencer Tour, a series of five events traveling across the US. At its first stop in Los Angeles, Sequencer explored the intersections between music and the visual arts and offered networking opportunities for music professionals. This week, the tour has set up camp at SXSW in Austin to celebrate media innovation with a week-long series of panels and networking events.
Don’t miss the two panel discussions hosted by the German Haus this afternoon about seeking gender equality in the music sector and creating new social experiences through immersive media.
Click here for the full round-up of the Sequencer Tour’s events in Austin this week.
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