Two docs will highlight remote collaborations to premiere at the weeklong event.
Source Elements, providing solutions for creative real-time collaborations for the production and delivery of professional quality media, is excited to take part in NAMM 2021.
During NAMM’s Believe In Music Week, held virtually from January 18-21st, Source Elements will present a series of sessions from its booth, and premiere two films documenting two remote collaborations, one featuring Grammy-nominated Producer Sean O’Keefe and indie band The Burst + The Bloom; the other features Vienna’s Synchron Stage orchestra, a voice actor in Melbourne, composer in Chicago, and music director in Germany, plus edit, mix and approval across 7 countries. Additionally, show attendees will have the chance to win a daily NAMM give-away sponsored by Source Elements and ItyDity.
Since its inception, Source Elements have helped make mission-critical connections and what seemed impossible possible by introducing high-speed internet connectivity to multimedia production workflows through a suite of software applications that enable near real-time broadcast quality production in a collaborative online environment. In the first half of 2020, as remote work suddenly became a necessity for thousands of people in the media business, Source Elements have helped more people be where they couldn’t be and complete their projects.
“At NAMM we will have the opportunity to come together with our beloved music community,” says Rebekah Wilson, Co-founder Source Elements. “2020 was a year of massive upheaval for artists and producers, and we were honored to help ease concerns and offer solutions to get work done, to keep the process going, and to celebrate with our collaborators as they faced the unknown. What’s important is building toward a future that helps unite people in all ways. Music is that powerful connector.”
As NAMM attendees will see, Producer and Recording Engineer Sean O’Keefe was able to effortlessly record a vocal overdub remotely from Texas with Chicago rock band The Burst and Bloom, using Source-Connect and ROS (Remote-Overdub-Sync). “I love Source Live – I use it for mixing all the time. It’s super valuable to me,” explains O’Keefe, “and I don’t know what I would do without it at this point.”
While the quality, convenience and reliability of Source-Connect along with the company’s reputation for high-touch customer service and support is what has established them until now, the company is in the process of completely rebuilding Source-Connect for a version 4.0, scheduled for early 2021 and launching Source-Live 3 Low Latency, a web-based professional-quality production environment that is poised to change how professional media gets made online.
Source Elements was founded by musicians and technologists who speak both languages fluently and infuse their passion for creativity into everything they do, including a deep commitment to education and helping talent at every career stage collaborate and deliver at the highest quality.