Handmade Music Brooklyn tonight: felted signal processing, electro-rock, & more

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Handmade Music Brooklyn tonight: felted signal processing, electro-rock, & more


We’ll be enjoying another helping of handmade & homebrew sounds this eve @ Brooklyn’s 3rd Ward. Handmade Music ringmaster Peter Kirn of CDM gives a preview –

From Sarah and Lara Grant, we have a dress that makes music, with tube-like apparatus made of felt for connecting sound, modular fashion. From the raucous duo Great Tiger, we get a homebrewed arcade controller Ableton Live that mashes loops into dance music with a quick button push. Yep, it’s Handmade Music time again in New York tomorrow Thursday. If you’re anywhere in the area, come on down – and feel free to bring your own projects and/or expect some surprise technological appearances. If not, we’ve still got some MP3s, visuals, and how-to information to share.
If you do make it to Brooklyn, we can promise some behind-the-scenes demonstrations, noise, at least one live set, and free, ice-cold Colt 45s while they last.

A closer look at the lineup can be found over at Create Digital Music

Handmade Music
October 15
7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
195 Morgan Ave
3rd Ward, Brooklyn, NY

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