Free Roland AIRA Masterclass In London

US May 9th at SubBass DJ Academy      29/04/15

Free Roland AIRA Masterclass In London


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Roland has announced a free AIRA masterclass in London on May 9th. Here's what they have to say...

In the run up to the inaugural AIRA Academy Course (several course dates avail), this Masterclass will be an insight into some of the AIRA range, touching on synthesis, beat creation, sequencing, arrangement and effects from the UK's leading accredited Roland AIRA product specialist David Åhlund and DJ/Producer and Subbass DJ Academy tutor Fabio Lendrum.

The Masterclass will cover:

• Introduction to the System-1: a recreation of Roland's classic analogue/modular synth - the System 100
• How to make a beat in the TR-8: the re-imagined versions of Roland's classic/famous TR-808/8909 drum machines
• How to make a bassline in the TB-3: a remake of the very famous TB-303, which was the synth famous for creating/defining acid house back in the 80's
• Manipulating vocals in the VT-3: this Vocal Transformer is a descendant of the Roland BOSS VT-1 cult classic
• Q&A

There will be 2 sessions from 11.30am - 1pm and 2pm - 3.30pm and it's completely free for anyone who wants to attend.

Pricing and Availability:
Tickets to the Masterclass are free but you must register to reserve your spot at the URL below.

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