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Tuesday, November 19 • 14:00 - 14:50
Panel: Mobile vs desktop software: Fragmented or converging practices?

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(Moderator) Matthew Fecher is the co-founder of AudioKit Pro
Gaz Williams is a Music Technologist and Journalist at Sonic State
Henny tha Bizness is a 4x Grammy Producer, YouTuber, and Professor
Matt Derbyshire is the ex-Head of Product & Marketing at Ampify, Focusrite, and Novation
Henrik Lenberg is the founder of Auxy

Musicians move fast. 
A whole new generation are making #1 hits and massive records without a laptop. 

Is this a fad? Should desktop plugin developers focus more on Mobile? 
Or, with new data coming out – Should mobile developers focus more on desktop?

Beyond speculation, this panel will reveal:
* Usage data and trends from popular desktop vs mobile versions
* Valuable insights from journalists and Youtubers who use thousands of plugins & apps
* New and innovative ways producers are using apps and plugins

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Henrik Lenberg

Founder, Auxy
Auxy is on a mission to put a studio in everyone's pocket and push music forward as an artform.
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Matt Derbyshire

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Matthew Fecher

Co-Founder, AudioKit Pro
2019  Apple "Editor's Choice" Winner. Grateful to be making music software and empowering hundreds of iOS & Mac apps with the AudioKit framework. Additionally, Matthew is the creator of the free & open-source iOS Synthesizer, AudioKit Synth One.

Gaz Williams

Journalist, Sonic State
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Henny Tha Bizness

Producer, Westview Dr
Henny Tha Bizness, is a Grammy Award winning, Multi-Platinum Music Producer, Songwriter, Professor, Cinematographer and Youtuber. Henny has produced numerous hits for various recording artists including Drake, Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, J Cole, Lil Wayne, Jay Z, 50 Cent, Black... Read More →

Tuesday November 19, 2019 14:00 - 14:50 GMT
Auditorium Puddle Dock, London EC4V 3DB