roksponsmallGary Langan, one of the world’s leading recording engineers, producers and musicians, will be sharing his insights into what it takes to make some of the biggest musical works ever released, including Bohemian Rhapsody, with live Q&A sessions at The Indulgence Show, the new audio and lifestyle event taking place at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith from 14-16 October 2016.

Gary will expand on his time at major recording studios and describe what it was like working with Queen, being part of the birth of The Art of Noise and the production of the extended 12” remixes for Frankie Goes to Hollywood. During the talk, he will also play a selection of studio music from key artists he has worked with. Gary’s varied career has spanned over four decades and has seen him work with Queen, Yes, Spandau Ballet and ABC as well as being a founding member of The Art of Noise and recently overseeing the SACD remaster of Jeff Wayne’s ‘War of the Worlds’.

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Vernon Hamblin, producer of The Indulgence Show, says, “The addition of Gary to our roster of speakers at the event highlights our aim of offering a show that mixes entertainment and high-end products with informative speakers and content that visitors can relate to. Gary has had a career most people would envy as he has worked across a variety of genres including pop, rock and new wave, which we have all listened to at some point in our lives, and we looking forward hosting him at The Indulgence Show. The stories from the studio that he will share will provide an insight into the industry as well as highlighting key moments in his career that have shaped the way he works with singers and bands in the studio.”

 

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