From Subtractive synthesis principles to live electronic performance fundamentals, CDR Knowledge will be offering PRMF attendees inspiration and insights into the world of music production, performance and culture on Friday May 13th.
Workshops from trainers and artists on the day include sound synthesis, audio manipulation, live show ‘best practice’, and 80s electronic drums sampling. Panels will also run, stimulating discussion and debate on topics such as ‘Addressing Imbalance in the Music Industry’ (hosted by Siren), and Local music enterprise’ (hosted by Let’s Be Brief). Attendees will also be able to create their own hardware-based sequencing setup with the suite of Korg Volcas, as well as the classic hardware that will be available to use. There’s even space for you to create your own tracks, supported on-site by the CDR Team. In true CDR tradition, any stand out productions will be premiered during the evenings CDR session!