Hey, Southern California readers: Synth-maker Novation is hosting a free event tomorrow night (May 18) at the Musicians’ Institute in Hollywood, featuring live electronic performances and their latest gear.
LA-based DJs and producers on the bill include Daedelus, Thavius Beck, and Musicians’ Institute teacher Tommy Boy, as well as French turntablist DJ Swift.
Some up-to-the-minute news from the folks at Peter Vogel Instruments:
Funky Junk, in conjunction with Peter Vogel Instruments and SNAP! Studios will be showing the CMI-30A for the first time ever in the UK at Snap! Studios this week.
Industry professionals will have an opportunity to book an extended one-on-one demonstration session with “the spiritual successor” of one of the most influential electronic musical instruments of all time.
Peter Vogel Instruments General Manager, Graeme Renaud, will be conducting the sessions and will run through every aspect of the system, from the classic retro-inspired Page R sequencer, through the “revolutionary” Soundry with its convolution and additive harmonic synthesis, to the extensive CMI sample libraries. Continue reading →
The London Electronic Music Event, 18-19 Feb 2012, is a weekend of electronic music production and music business master classes, incorporating “hands-on tutorials, Q&As, round-table discussions and networking.” It takes place at Alchemea College, Angel, London.
Link love, chip love, software love, music love – Create Digital Music is celebrating five years, and it’s time to spread some of the love back to you here in New York City. Wednesday night, we’ll be celebrating five years made possible by our incredible readers with a big party at Love Nightclub in Manhattan.
We’ve got one of the best sound systems in the city. We have eclectic, handmade, heavy beats from the likes of David Last, King Britt, Ganucheau, and IJ Catling (and me, opening up the sets). And because the Honorary Official Language of CDM is Portuguese, we have the baile funk princess Zuzuka Poderosa on vocals.
It’s December 2nd, 7-11 pm. It’s free.
And if that isn’t enough to keep you from staying home and watching Glee, they are buying the drinks.
There’s even going to be a Twister contest! No word on whether they’re turning the Twister mat into a OSC control surface using PD or not – you’ll just have to show up to find out.