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Adam John Williams will present work on his current project, Research-Driven Dance Music (RDDM), which explores the combination of psychoacoustics and electronic music into something intended to be experimental, yet danceable and highly beat-driven.

So that you can find out why you might want to try making some RDDM for yourself, the practical applications involved will be discussed, as well as the techniques Adam has used so far.

He will also cover some of his recent work with electronics, including seeking your suggestions and feedback on a new Eurorack DSP synth module he is currently designing.

Adam is a musician, artist and hacker. He currently works as director of the Music Tech Fest Hack Camp, and has been a regular face at the London Music Hackspace for the last few years.

Eventbrite - Adam John Williams – artist talk at Music Hackspace






This programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


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