There’s a lot more to synthesizers than big 80s hair; so much in fact that it can be a pretty daunting tool for many musicians. Where to begin mastering it? How do you create the incredible sound in your head on a synthesizer? And most importantly, what does that button do?
Presented by musician and digital music expert Tristan Malloch, this webinar will delve into the history and use of synthesizers from Depeche Mode to Pharrell Williams, and then get hands on with Korg’s new ARP Odyssey – the Lamborghini of the synth world.
From jazz to heavy metal, computer games to film scores, synthesizers are embedded in music, so quit denying it and join us on an ARP Odyssey. We’ll have you adding new sounds and layers to your musical works within the hour.
DATE: Friday 16 October 2015
TIME: 12.00 - 1.00pm
VENUE: W2.GO4 (Whitehorse Campus)
TO ATTEND IN PERSON:Demystifying the synthesizer
Places are limited, so email Masterclasses@boxhill.edu.au with ATTEND IN PERSON Demystifying the synthesizer in the subject box, and your full name in the email body by Wednesday 14 October.
TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR: Demystifying the synthesizer
Email: Masterclasses@boxhill.edu.au with "WEBINAR Demystifying the synthesizer" in the subject box, and your full name in the email body. We will email you the webinar link closer to the time.
ABOUT TRISTAN MALLOCH
TRISTAN MALLOCH has indulged in every music style from funk to death metal. A proficient multi-instrumentalist on drums, guitar, keys or whatever is lying around; Tristan has spread his musical talents between bands including Local Horror, Clay Pigeons, Bloody Humans, The Preys, and Killing Tomorrow for Today.