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An Interactive Workshop with Yamaha at NY Studio Factory

Join us on Wedneday, June 14th at NY Studio Factory for this one-time special event with Yamaha.

Yamaha product demonstrator Rich Fabrizio will lead an interactive workshop of Yamaha Synthesizers including MONTAGE, MOXF, MX and reface.

Newly announced at NAMM 2016, the latest flagship synthesizer, the Yamaha MONTAGE music synthesizer features sophisticated dynamic control, massive sound creation and a streamlined user interface.

The Motion Control Synthesis Engine unifies and controls two iconic Sound Engines: AWM2 (high-quality waveform and subtractive synthesis) and FM-X (modern, pure Frequency Modulation synthesis). These two engines can be zoned or layered across eight parts in a single MONTAGE Performance. Interact with MONTAGE Performances using Motion Control: a programmable control matrix for creating deep, dynamic and incredibly expressive sound. With Motion Control, you can create new sounds not possible on previous hardware synthesizers.

Also featured will be the MOXF music production synthesizer, the MX music synthesizer and the reface line of mobile mini keyboards.

Interactive Moog Workshop at NYSF, April 28, 2017 // Photo: Adam Bezer

Interactive Moog Workshop at NYSF, April 28, 2017 // Photo: Adam Bezer

Complimentary beer generously provided by The Braven Brewewing Company.

Space is limited, RSVP for admittance.


Photos: Interactive Workshops with Moog Music

Thanks to everyone who came out last week for our Interactive Moog Workshops at NYSF.

See the full photo album here

Congrats to our raffle winners who took home a Werkstatt modular synth. Special thanks to Moog Music Inc.MAIN DRAG MUSIC, and Braven Brewing Company. Photos by Adam Bezer. See you again soon!

NYSF Member Dan Walker & The Submarine Studio featured in Sonic Scoop

Dan Walker's Submarine Studio at New York Studio Factory

Dan Walker's Submarine Studio at New York Studio Factory

Check out The Submarine Studio at NYSF featured in SonicScoop.com today!

Dan Walker's background is what gave him the experience needed to open his own studio. From touring regularly with the art punk band The Death Set and putting out club records under various aliases, Dan understands what bands need when recording and tracking a record, and his active roles in US and UK Breakbeat and Electro House scenes keeps his ear in tune for production and mixing.

"Having this network from touring and putting out records, meeting labels and artists consistently for 10+ years prior has set up a trend for the clientele that make their way to this studio," Dan says. "At The Submarine, we cater to the indie rock, garage, punk bands, hip hop, RnB, pop,  singer/songwriter, electronica, techno, and everything else in between. The demographic across the board leans more toward the leftfield and I’ve found myself working with some amazing and unique artists both signed and unsigned over the years."

If you're looking for work space or audio studio space, NY Studio Factory can help you get your Brooklyn studio set up and established. NYSF provides all-inclusive, acoustically treated studio space for audio professionals and more. 

And we support our members! If you're interested in renting an engineering room for the day or have tracks to mix or vocals and live recording to finish, please do reach out to Dan at The Submarine Studio.

Read the full article at SonicScoop.com


NYSF Member DJ Sammy Needlz Interviewed in Bushwick Daily

Sammy Needlz is a producer, radio show host, and DJ who is based in Brooklyn while playing clubs all over New York City and beyond, often traveling to Europe and Asia for gigs.

I caught up with him at his studio at NY Studio Factory in Bushwick right after his return from Germany and just a couple days before he was flying to France for another round of gigs.

For someone who spent the last two weeks DJing all-night parties in Berlin, Needlz didn’t seem all that jetlagged when we met.

“I drink a lot of coffee,” he says. “I’m highly caffeinated at all times.”

Read the full article at BushwickDaily.com