w/ make noise & voltage flow

starting at 6pm
Synthesizing a Creative Vision: a Q+A with Voltage Flow
Join us this Thursday for a Q+A session with Voltage Flow founder, Edgar Medina. This session will be focused on discussing the pros and cons of making electronic music with hardware instruments. Whether you’re a complete beginner looking for a way to start your journey into production, or a seasoned pro curious about the intricacies of modular synthesizers, this event is for you to ask questions, share knowledge, and connect with other artists.
Equipment available during the event:
-Elektron: Digitakt Drum Computer & Sampler
-Make Noise: Morphagene, Maths
-Mutable Instruments: Beads, Ripples
-Ableton Live 11 Suite
This workshop will be led by Edgar Medina. Edgar is a first generation Mexican-American artist who performs electronic music using a palette of digital field recordings, modular synthesizer, and acoustic instrumentation. He is the founder of Voltage Flow Residency, an educational program which strives to expand accessibility to modular synthesizers. He has curated modular synths for artists such as Amulets, Avola, Nostalgianoid, Jan Julius, Thom Nguyen, and more. He is currently living and working in Asheville, NC.
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