PMC to showcase QB1 studio monitors at Wired Live 2017
Wired magazine’s annual flagship innovation festival will feature over 50 speakers, including the EU Commissioner for Competition, Google’s European chief and the founder of Wikipedia.
PMC has been invited to participate in Wired Live 2017, Wired magazine’s annual flagship innovation festival.
The company will use the event to showcase its flagship QB1 XBD-A studio monitors.
Wired LIVE will feature over 50 speakers, including the EU Commissioner for Competition, Google’s European chief, the founder of Wikipedia, a Harvard University Professor of physics, The Chief Medical Office of England and IKEA’s Head of Design, among many others.
In addition, the Wired Test Lab will enable visitors to explore the latest technology and innovative products, while an interactive networking and demonstration area will showcase exhibitors, technology partners and music.
The Wired Test Lab will enable visitors to get up close to the QB1 XBD-A, used by eminent facilities like Capital Studios (pictured), owned by the world’s largest record company, Universal Music, and located in the iconic Capitol Records Tower on Hollywood Boulevard. Historically significant artists such as The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Elvis and Michael Jackson have recorded classic works there, while the QB1s have more recently been used to create music for contemporary musicians like Daft Punk, Timberland, Mary J. Blige and Kanye West.
Wired Live 2017 takes place at London’s Tobacco Dock, from 2-3 November, and gathers more than 800 business leaders and entrepreneurs from major brands, Fortune 500, start-ups, scale-ups and agencies. For further information or to buy tickets to Wired Live 2017 go to: http://wired.uk/wiredlive