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Brighter Sound and Modul:Projects (formally Modular Music School) present Modul:Meets, a series of free sessions for anyone interested in electronic music performance, composition and production.
Each Modul:Meets session will feature a different artist working at the forefront of electronic music, who will give demonstrations of their live and recording methods as well as tips and advice for your own work. The sessions will also be a chance to hear more about Modul:Projects including the upcoming residency Push:Music, delivered in partnership with Brighter Sound.
Modul:Projects is a collective of electronic musicians and artists. They explore methods for collaboration within electronic and experimental music through unique artistic residencies and projects. They are particularly interested in pioneering innovative methods of electronic composition and non-traditional live performances.
Modul:Meets sessions are open to all ages and are free but must be booked online in advance. You don’t have to attend all three sessions.
Dan Valentine: Tues 27 Sept, 6-8pm
Dan is an electronic musician and artist, whose work as part of Rainer Veil has seen him release music through Manchester’s Modern Love imprint as well as performing at esteemed venues such as Berghain and Boiler room.
Danny Saul: Tues 4 Oct, 6-8pm
Danny Saul is a PhD candidate at the University of Manchester, working in areas of electroacoustic composition and laptop performance. His works have been performed internationally including performances at the NYC Electroacoustic Festival 2014, the Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium 2013 and the International Computer Music Conference 2014 in Athens. He has toured throughout the UK, Europe, USA and Japan.
Josh Horsley: Tues 11 Oct, 6-8pm
Josh Horsley is a composer and lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire. He is currently undertaking a doctorate, and has presented papers and compositions at the Toronto Electroacoustic symposium, Sound and Sculpture Conference, Music as Interdisciplinary Practice, and NEC Culture in Uppsala.