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SF Music Tech Announces New Event Details & Last Chance Registration Opportunities

Sf-music-tech-summit-2013-logoThe SF MusicTech Summit takes place February 19 in San Francisco featuring a full day of speakers, presentations and opportunities for informal meetings with the cream of the crop in music tech from developers to artists to entrepreneurs. Taking place in what is arguably the center for music tech experimentation and entrepreneurship, the SF MusicTech Summit is a must attend gathering with parties to match.

The 12th SF MusicTech Summit is being held at San Francisco's Hotel Kabuki.

Scheduled events include an opening night gathering sponsored by Vevo on the the 18th, a day full of panel discussions, workshops and presentations on the 19th and an evening that includes a cocktail party followed by an official after-party featuring Jay-Z's DJ Young Guru.

Time is running out for a number of options including discounted registration which continues through tomorrow February 5th.

The preceding weekend's Music Hack Day SF 2013, whose winners will demo at SF MusicTech Summit, is almost at capacity for developers who wish to attend.

Sponsor/Demo/Expo options are also running out and the print deadline is near. If you wish to take advantage of such opportunities, please apply here.

Startups may still enter the SF MusicTech Summit Startup Innovators Showcase and press credentials are available to qualified applicants.

New Speakers have been added to a rich list of participants and the list of Attendees continues to grow.

Speed Networking Sessions sponsored by PaySafeCard have also been added to the mix.

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Hypebot Senior Contributor Clyde Smith (Twitter/ also blogs at All World Dance: Videos and maintains Music Biz Blogs. To suggest topics for Hypebot, contact: clyde(at)fluxresearch(dot)com.

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  1. Should be fun. But it looks like I’m not going after all.
    Honestly, this is almost the only conference I’d want to attend.
    I can easily imagine you doing karaoke.
    Unfortunately it’s hard for me to get interested in American karaoke. It’s so technique driven. I prefer the everyday people approach of the Japanese.

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