The Music Hackspace has a new home!

Our residency at Somerset House ended in 2019, and we’ve found a new home at Goldsmiths University. I (JB Thiebaut) am now a research fellow in the computing department, where I will collaborate with academics and students to continue to organise seminars, workshops and artist-engineers collaborations. Long time collaborators of the Music Hackspace, Tadeo Sendon and Susanna Garcia, are now focusing on their respective practices. I am thankful for their outstanding... Read More

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Fundraiser party at ContainerVille. Friday 12th December 2014

The Music Hackspace was recently awarded a year’s free rent at ContainerVille, in Hackney, East London. The space is brand new, and is equipped with a kitchen corner! We will be able to organise seminars, workshops and much more. We need funds to equip the studio space and successfully kickstart this new adventure. We’re raising £2,500 to equip the Music Hackspace studio space because we want to help develop our London community. Our fundraiser party will take place... Read More

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The OWL: a programmable guitar pedal

A team of Hackspace and Music Hackspace members are currently working on a programmable guitar effects pedal called the OWL. OWL stands for Open Ware Laboratory, which refers to the fact that the entire project is open-source in both hardware and software – all code and documents relating to the project will be freely available under the Gnu GPL license. The OWL is based around an ARM Cortex M4 chip, and can be programmed using a specially developed software framework.... Read More

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