PopSci posted a nice article and video covering the goings-on @ the last Handmade Music event –
Last Thursday’s event had the air of an interactive science fair, and while some attendees sat in the corner drinking, chatting, and soaking in the sounds, most crowded around the projects for demonstrations and the chance to take the controllers and make a little music of their own. While there were only five participants, the event drew around a hundred people, according to organizers (although the promise of free beer probably didn’t hurt the turnout).
According to Peter Kirn, editor-in-chief and publisher of createdigitalmusic.com, Handmade Music Night helps connect people who are interested in making digital music but who don’t necessarily have access to music institutions or some of the underground music scenes that are more difficult to infiltrate.
Read more of the story – Making Electronic Music By Hand
Create Digital Music also posted a visual tour of the event via Flickr photo set –
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