Oscillations and Modulations - a festival of synthesisers and electronic music

Oscillations and Modulations - a festival of synthesisers and electronic music

Tuesday, 20 March 2018, 4.15pm

Oscillations & Modulations is a two–day festival of synthesisers and electronic music, taking place 20th–21st March 2018 in various locations throughout the city of Derry, starting off at Ulster University, Magee campus.

The festival aims to celebrate, explore and expand on an expanding ecosystem of electronic music culture, by showcasing and joining the dots between the music makers and teachers, synthesiser designers and performers, music studios and music spaces, that help to shape and inspire the musical landscape of the city and beyond.

A brief overview of what to expect
*Modular synth-building workshops
*Hands-on workshops on modular synthesiser systems
*Talks / Q&As with industry professionals on new and vintage synthesisers and more
*Free open days at a number of local music studios, including Movin’ Music Academy and Celtronic Studios (more to follow).
*Various music events across a number of the city’s most exciting spaces
*Showcases from local and not so local electronic artists
*Showcases from instrument builders, hackers and exploring all things electronic–musical–DIY!

More details on the festival site.

This event is a collaboration between Ulster University, Magee campus, Movin’ Music Academy, Celtronic Studios, Cultúrlann uí Chanáin, the Inner City Trust, Culture Glitch records, Abbazappa Record Shop and the Yellow Yard.

We are grateful to the Provosts’ Outreach Event Fund/Higher Education Innovation Fund for their support of this event.

Website

Oscillations and Modulations Festival, Derry, NI, March 20th and 21st, 2018

Published on 12 February 2018

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