Welcoming Jenny Bulcraig, our new Community and Events Manager

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Changes to our website

We’ve made some changes to our website, to make it simpler to access the courses you have registered to.To access your courses, you will need to create a new password first. Create new passwordWhat’s new?– New dashboard with all your courses in one place– New navigation and search for all courses– Payment gateway migration from Shopify to WooCommerce– Retirement of shop.musichackspace.org   Read More

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Why gender diversity in the audio industry needs attention

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Why I’m Opting Out of the NFT Gold Rush

By Duncan Geere As a generative artist and musician, I’ve been seeing three letters pop up in my social media feeds with an increasing regularity over the last year. Those three letters are “N”, “F” and “T”. An NFT – which stands for “non-fungible token” – is a way of establishing and verifying the ownership of something – including music,... Read More

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NFTs for music and digital creators

Is the Metaverse a space for creators to reach new audiences? What about the environment concerns or art theft? Artists opinions are divided on the topic.Here at Music Hackspace, we want to help artists understand the space and make informed decisions. Our courses will help you navigate your way and find out for yourself if NFTs can be a revenue stream for you or a way to increase your audience reach. TouchDesigner... Read More

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New job! Community and Events Manager

Update on the role: We  currently are interviewing candidates and have closed down applications for the moment. If you would like to send us a spontaneous application, please send a CV and letter to info@musichackspace.org.The Role:The Music Hackspace is looking for a Community and Events Manager to join its growing team. You will take a lead role in growing the community online, and launching new hybrid events involving the... Read More

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Watching YouTube isn’t learning

by Dr Eddie Dobson We so easily fall into the YouTube rabbit hole, intending to learn DAW skills, coding, or mastering, only to skim through endless videos, unlock that old software vs hardware Pandora’s box, then start daydreaming about kit… simply downloading and doodling until we’re sitting in the dark blinking... Read More

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Jamspace #2

Watch back the second Jamspace with Ned Rush, Obscenity State (Nilly Brooke), AbletonDrummer (Tobi Hunke) and Melody Loveless. Performance and interviews with:  Tobi Hunke: is a professional drummer and music producer. He is an educator and Max for live programmer who releases his work on the website AbletonDrummer.com . Tobi teaches drumming and music production to classes, as well as in one on one sessions. He has developed several Max for Live devices which are... Read More

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Our story

It’s 2011. Our founder, JB, works for Focusrite as a software engineer. Venturing into the basement of the company, he sees all those PCBs of Novation synthesizers and controllers going to scrap. An e-mail to the London Hackspace, and the next day, two future members (Martin Klang of Rebel Tech and Phil Clevberger) drove to High... Read More

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