The popular music software and hardware manufacturer showcase their exciting new DJ technology in London.
Stems is the new audio format for creative performance designed by leading audio production manufacturers Native Instruments. In conjunction with the Stems release, Native Instruments will host an in-depth workshop – Native Sessions:Exploring Stems – this Thursday August 20 at East London’s Studio Spaces. Audience members have the oppurtunity to gain valuable insight into the new platform with a discussion panel featuring a number of guests from London’s musical scene, with talks from George Ankrett of Toolroom Records, Ross Allen, and Kevin Grainger from Wired Masters.
After the presentation Prime Cuts (from Scratch Perverts) and Drum & Bass singer/songwriter Riya will stage a special Stems-based live performance and audience members will get the chance to try out Stems alongside other Native Instruments users and experts. Entry to the event is free but spaces are very limited so register now for a chance to take part. Similar events are happening this month in Berlin, Los Angeles and Tokyo.
Native Sessions London:Exploring Stems will be held 20 August from 6:30 pm at Studio Spaces, 110 Pennington Street, Unit 2, London, E1W 2BB.