Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Malaysia can never have enough of Dash Berlin. With SOLD OUT shows since 2010, Sepang International Circuit will make way for the highly anticipated return of this smashing performer. The Flying Dutchman is ready to shake our ground with his exclusive 3-hour set!
This event is organized by Global Sound Masters in conjunction with Japan Super GT racing weekend at Sepang International Circuit. Ticket holders are entitled to enter to Japan Super GT racing event on 15 and 16 June 2013.
Tickets are now available at Air Asia Red Tix via website, participating music outlets and stores. Promo tickets priced at RM63 are already sold out and pre sale starts at RM93. Cabana is available at RM4, 500 for 15 passes. More details on ticketing or general inquiry, visit www.globalsoundmasters.com
Friday, May 10, 2013
Global Sound Masters has done it again for the FIFTH time. Both, Music Conference ASIA and its larger than life after party, GLOBAL SOUND SYSTEM music festival was deemed a success with big support and attendance coming from both true blue music enthusiasts and party goers alike. 5,000 over dance music fans made their way to the Welcome Centre at Sepang International Circuit to catch a variety of sounds meshed into one night.
Saturday’s festivities began with the annual Music Conference ASIA held at The Auditorium in Sama-Sama Hotel adjacent to Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Free for registered ticket buyers to the festival, the conference proved to be a comfortable intimate session between participants and speakers. The conference kicked off with the Ableton Master Class presented by Reuben Samuel, Certified Ableton Trainer of Mile High Sounds. Reuben showcased Ableton’s Live unique Session View that makes it easy to improvise with musical ideas.
The conference continued with another session with another Ableton Certified Trainer, Tom Cosm. Tom successfully got his audience engaged with a run down of the new Push controller, followed by a show case of Max for Live, Ableton's secret weapon for those who like playing with the inner workings of things.
The highlight of the afternoon was the half an hour Keynote interview session with the incomparable global sensation, Judge Jules. The former BBC Radio 1 DJ told the crowd how he rose to prominence after teaming up with Norman Jay - the creator of the legendary Good Times Sound System. He also mentioned that the best nicknames are the ones given by friends and it was also Jay who coined the ‘Judge’ nickname - a reference to Jules' days as a law student before he swapped books for beats. Conference participants were treated to a great surprise when BT made an appearance at the Auditorium for an impromptu session that included his illustrious career and an in depth look into several different production methods.
Moving on to the next venue, the Welcome Centre of Sepang International Circuit, party punters had already started making their way to Global Sound System as soon as the doors opened at 5pm. They got their engines revved up by opening sets by Malaysia’s finest house heads Mr Nasty & GuruGuru followed by house/techno hero Terence C. These lads enthralled the crowd up to the Maghrib prayers time before the party went for a short break.
Friday, April 19, 2013
The afternoon session is limited to a total of 80 seats and as a participant, you’ll be treated to tea or coffee and tid bits at the end of event, courtesy of Sama – Sama Hotel, KL International Airport.
For a guaranteed spot at the workshop and interview session, please proceed here for ONLINE REGISTRATION.
The organizer reserves the rights to refuse entry upon reaching full capacity and amend the flow of the event based on their discretion
Source: Global Sound Masters