Novation, in collaboration with Elevator Sound, are set to launch an incredible looking new show in Bristol – My Machines gives attendees the chance to meet pioneers of the Bristol music scene and experiment with the latest music-making gear. Read on for more details…
Neil Davidge (Massive Attack)
Peter D & Ray Mighty (Smith and Mighty)
Jamie Russell (Hypercolour, Hype)
Ossia (Peng Sound, Young Echo, Hotline Recordings)
Date: Saturday 28th March 2015
What: Artist talks, seminars, Q&A, hands-on gear demos, competitions
Venue:Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY
RSVP here: http://bit.ly/MyMachinesFB
Do you want to meet the pioneers of the Bristol music scene, and experiment with the latest electronic music-making gear?
On 28th March, Elevator Sound and Novation will give you a rare chance to meet and learn from Bristol’s stunning repertoire of artists, DJs and producers, as well as label owners, promoters and artist representation agencies.
In a series of exciting lectures and master classes, these experts will explore and celebrate Bristol’s musical history and culture, and help you get your burning question answered by industry specialists.
Novation will also provide electronic music-making demo stations, so you can get hands-on with all their latest gear. Product Specialist Mark Lowes will be on hand to demonstrate the products and answer questions, so you come away with loads of new knowledge and experience to use in your music.
Elevator Sound will be offering competition prizes and exclusive deals on the day. The full schedule will be announced soon – keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook event for more details…
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