In this episode, Rossteaux and Dan talk about their process behind running CitySound Indy, a virtual music festival with 19 artists using next-gen software.
CitySound Indy is an online music festival on New Years Eve with 2 stages hosting some of Indy’s more recognized electronic music producers and DJ’s. With 19 local acts performing on two virtual “stages”, CitySound NYE is a free online festival raising awareness about homelessness in Indy, while also providing financial support to those who need it most this Winter.
The event was founded by Ross Phillips, a full-time lighting programmer, laser operator, entertainment designer, and system tech for many highly regarded festivals and gatherings. He partnered with Clark Crosser, the owner of LDR Studios in Noblesville, IN to create a virtual (green screen) environment for the artists to perform in. Ross also teamed up with Dan Giffin, a local music producer, educator, and Grammy experienced audio engineer to pull off this event.
Follow the latest with CitySound Indy at CitySound.TV
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