From October 24 through October 26, PreSonus will pull out all the stops for PreSonuSphere 2013, the company’s third annual user conference. One- and two-day passes will be available at low prices. Held at the Manship Theatre in historic downtown Baton Rouge LA and featuring seminars by well-known experts, the conference will present in-depth tips and techniques for PreSonus’ StudioLive-series digital mixers, Studio One 2 DAW, StudioLive AI-series Active Integration PA speakers, and ADL-series preamps and channel strips. Top professionals will show you how they make their live-sound and recording magic using PreSonus products, and especially popular topics will be repeated so that one- and two-day attendees won’t miss out.

This year’s presenters will include author and editor Craig Anderton, A-list front-of-house engineer John Mills, Fulcrum Acoustic speaker-design guru Dave Gunness, famed studio designer John Storyk, Audio-Technica mic expert Steve Savanyu, home-recording specialist Joe Gilder, Chris Tsanjoures from Rational Acoustics (Smaart), and multi-instrumentalist, composer and writer Justin Lassen. Rumor has it that a world-class producer or two might teach a few seminars, as well.

Back by popular demand will be the hands-on Studio One 2/StudioLive “Genius Bar,” where you can get meaningful answers to your thorniest Studio One and StudioLive questions.

PreSonuSphere 2013 is going to be bigger, better and more fun than in past years. As you would expect in Baton Rouge, attendees will enjoy plenty of great Louisiana food and music. The conference kicks off with the popular jambalaya feast on Thursday evening, along with a free concert featuring the Louisiana-flavored music of L’Angelus. On Friday morning, the main event gets rolling with the first seminars. Friday evening features a free concert by Louisiana pop band Royal Teeth. And after the final seminar on Saturday, the gang will gather for the PreSonuSchmooze dinner.

For more information and to get tickets, visit http://presonusphere2013.presonus.com.

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