The Creator Complex is a revolutionary facility for Artists & Producers

Mike Walbert
Posted by Mike Walbert on Sep 13

The Creator Complex is a revolutionary facility for artists & producers. What may take weeks and thousands of dollars can be done for FREE in 1-Day.

The Creator Complex will connect artists and producers with creative professionals to create valuable digital assets... for free! Artists and producers will be able to get a headshot, master music, make beats, collaborate with producers/artists, record music, write a bio, develop a website, design a logo and record a podcast.

Creative partners include: Akai, Serato Sample, Squarespace, LANDR, Cam Kirk Studios, In The Lab, Wish Creative Media and FitzCo.

Fri, Oct 6th from 10am - 10pm

@ Georgia State University's Creative Media industries Institute

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To enter, you’ll need an Executive, A3C or Conference pass. All performing Artists, DJs and Producers have access.

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Why go to the Creator Complex?

Websites powered by Squarespace

As an attendee of the Creator Complex you will receive special access to the Squarespace Studio, where you can create a Squarespace website that will help you build your brand and amplify your music career … in just a half hour!

Book a 1:1 consultation with experts from Squarespace, the leading web-publishing platform. Want to get a head start on your site? A3C attendees save 10% on their first purchase of any Squarespace product with offer code A3C17. Visit Here 

Photography powered by Cam Kirk Studios

Resident photographers will be shooting headshots and full body profiles. Artists will be provided between 3-5 unmarked head shots and/or full body profiles within 7 days.

Branding powered by FitzCo

Graphic designers will review an artist’s brand, provide consultation and develop a creative brief during the session. Graphic designers will deliver a brand guide with logos, colors and fonts within 14 days.

Podcast Interviews with A King's 'In The Lab' 

Sit down with A-King (Combat Jack Show / Loud Speakers Network), the host of "In The Lab " to record a podcast interview. Audio file of interview will be delivered to artists within 14 days. A compilation of artist interviews will be released on In The Lab podcast.

The MPC Experience powered by Akai

Make fire beats at the MPC Live and MPC X demo stations. MPC specialists will be on hand to answer any questions and provide pro-tips.

Mastering powered by LANDR

Instant mastering for a maximum of 15 tracks. Masters will be sent automatically via email once completed on-site. 

Writing powered Wish Creative Media

Press professionals will review, consult and edit press releases and artist bios. Artists will leave the sessions with a professionally written bio and/or press release.

Producer + Artists Speed Listening Sessions

7-9 producers will be stationed at a conference table, seated at every other chair.

Producers must bring their own laptops, with beats, and 2 sets of over-ear headphones. Artists must be prepared to play 1 song on either their cell phone or with a USB flash drive.

Sample Flip Friday presented by Serato Sample

This room is for beat makers that love to flip samples. To participate, producers will have to manipulate the samples using Serato Sample. Producers must bring their laptops & headphones to use for the Sample Flip.

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Georgia State University's Creative Media Industries Institute (CMII) mission is to contribute to Atlanta’s emergence as a global creative capital.CMII was formed to strengthen connections between arts and media students and the region’s creative industries. CMII is a creative media/arts center with production and post-production studios, research labs, and entrepreneurial suites.

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Mike Walbert

Written by Mike Walbert

Mike Walbert is the Executive Director of the A3C Festival & Conference. As as partner in the business Mike oversees various aspects of the business, including: Business Development, Sponsorship, Branding and Marketing. Mike officially joined A3C in 2009 as the Artist Director. Since 2010 Mike has managed the strategy and team that have grown A3C from a regional showcase to an internationally recognized institution in hip-hop culture.

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