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Power Mac Center to hold Sync Sessions 2016 workshops

Power Mac Center’s Sync Sessions will be returning to the stage in a special way: this year, they’ll be introducing Masterclass sessions conducted by OPM legends and technical trainings on music production apps. Indie acts will also be holding in-store concerts for the brand.

“This year’s Power Mac Center Sync Sessions aims to encourage more artists to experiment on music production–be it for songs, sound effects, movies, or home videos. We hope that by providing the technical knowhow through our brand ambassadors and invited experts, we’ll be able to spark greater interest in the use of Apple technology in creating music,” said Power Mac Center marketing director Joey Alvarez.

Sync Sessions is an audio experience that demonstrate the power of Apple apps, accessories, and devices in making music. This year, it will feature intense workshops from music legends including Gary Valenciano on September 27; Urbandub’s Gabby Alipe on October 1; and Raimund Marasigan on October 16. All Masterclass sessions will be held at Power Mac Center Greenbelt 3 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.

The Masterclass sessions will be supported by Logic Pro X training for beginners, to be facilitated by De La Salle-College of St. Benilde music professor Teresa Barrozo. There are three schedules available: September 25 and October 9 at Power Mac Center SM Aura, and October 23 at Power Mac Center the SM North EDSA Annex. These are free of charge and interested participants can register at tinyurl.com/SyncSessions2016.

Other artists to be featured include: ambient synth-pop singer-songwriter BP Valenzuela (September 24, Power Mac Center TriNoMa); six-piece indie folk/rock band The Ransom Collective (October 8, Power Mac Center SM Megamall); and producer and beatmaker CRWN with Jess Connelly (October 22, Power Mac Center Power Plant Mall). Their performances will be open to the public and will start at 4:00 PM.

Visit www.powermaccenter.com for more information.

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