Bristol's Elevator Sound launches Machina Bristronica synth expo

Bristol is getting its personal synth occasion.

Bristol’s Elevator Sound retailer is launching a one-day synth expo within the metropolis subsequent 12 months known as Machina Bristronica.

The occasion, which takes place on March 30, 2019 in Motion and The Marble Factory, is impressed by related exhibits like Berlin’s Superbooth expo and Amsterdam Dance Event.

“This 12 months was the primary 12 months we attended [Superbooth] as a store because it’s actually the primary 12 months I assumed it could profit us,” Elevator Sound proprietor Marco Bernardi tells FACT. “When I got here again from Berlin the apparent query set into my head: why don’t we do one thing like this in a giant scale right here within the UK?”

The occasion runs from the daytime into the night and can give attention to software program in addition to , internet hosting stalls from Ableton and Native Instruments alongside synth and Eurorack corporations together with Moog, Teenage Engineering, ALM, Dreadbox and Bastl Instruments.

The program additionally consists of panel discussions, dwell performances, DIY modular workshops, Ableton Live workshops and a ‘Building Your First Max4Live Patch’ class.

Tickets for Machine Bristronica begin at £16.99 and may be bought right here. More artist and programming particulars will probably be launched in January 2019.

Earlier this month, Elevator Sound introduced a merger with Cardiff-based synth store Cymru Beats.

Bristol's Elevator Sound launches Machina Bristronica synth expo

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