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  • RED GALLERY 1-3 Rivington Street London, England, EC2A 3DT United Kingdom (map)

Agnes Nagy – Audio presentation (curated concert): Agnes Nagy is a Hungarian-born producer of music and sound design. She has gained a BSc Music Technology Audio Systems diploma in 2010 in London. She studied Audio Recording, Sound Synthesis, DSP Programming and Psychoacoustics, and frequently utilizes aspects of this experience in the creation of her sounds. Her music is influenced by a diverse range of styles such as electronic dance, industrial, experimental, ambient, dub and urban. During her 10 years folk dance experience, she developed a deep passion for dance and performance, which became her inspiration for creating music and sound for movement and story. Her Hörspiel, Yvette’s New World, was played at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival and Conference in 2009 in New York, where she also took part in Douglas Geers’ concerto, Sweep, as a member of the Laptop Orchestra.

16:00        D.I.Y. Sound studio building – A presentation by Gergely Konrady

17:00        Bass (from synthesis to mix-down) – A presentation by Agnes Nagy

Level: Beginner

The presentation will give the listeners opportunities to work together with the lecturer on the following subjects:

Basic sound synthesis theory; Creating bass with ES2 and NI Massive in Logic (examples: ‘warm bass’, ‘talking bass’, ‘dubstep wobble’, ‘subbass’); EQ-ing and compressing bass; Sidechaining; Mixing down bass with beats; Parallel Compression.

All listeners are encouraged to bring their laptops and create their own bass lines whilst trying out some production techniques during the presentation.

19:00        Gergely Konrady – Experimental Live Performance

20:30        BREAK

21:00        Special guest artists – live performance:

Mat Skylab:  Disqo Conqrette:

The event takes place in the basement gallery, a cavernous space, decked out with multiple speakers surrounding the encounterer.

Please note that the performance will begin promptly at 7pm, and there shall be no admittance thereafter.