Native Instruments' London Workshops

Free workshops announced at Music Production Expo in November      13/11/14

Native Instruments' London Workshops


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Native Instruments would like you to visit them at the Music Production Expo on November 14-15, at the Emirates Stadium – home of Arsenal football club. Here's what they have to say...

"Experience the new KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards and TRAKTOR KONTROL S8. Witness the first public demonstration of the highly anticipated MASCHINE 2.2, and join us for two free workshops.

Senior Product Designer, Producer and Composer Tim Adnitt will be joined on stage by Keyboard Player Adam Day to create a song using MASCHINE groove production studio, KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects, and KOMPLETE KONTROL S-Series keyboards. Tim will break down this fully-integrated production workflow in detail, and share some unique insights and tips."


WHEN:
Workshops:

  • Friday Nov 15, 11:30 am
  • Saturday Nov 16, 11:30 am


Native Instruments stand is open to visitors for the duration of the expo, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

WHERE:

Workshops are held in Hall 2

Native Instruments stand is in the main conference area

Music Production Expo
The Emirates Stadium
75 Drayton Park
London
N5 1BU

(Walk up the steps from the club shop, go right to Dial Square)

Pricing and Availability:
The workshops are free to all expo attendees.
Music Production Expo tickets cost £12.50 in Advance or £15.00 On The Door.


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