From Machine to Release | “Emozione Artificiale” (Track Deconstruction)
From Machine to Release (Neil “Acidulant” Hales)
Maltese electronic music artist Neil Hales (also known as Acidulant), talks about his favourite musical hardware equipment such as the Roland TB303 bassline. Neil explains how these machines inspire him to produce a track which would eventually become an acclaimed release.
“Emozione Artificiale” Track Deconstruction (Chris Goa )
Chris will be deconstructing his track ‘Emozione Artificiale’, a track which is heavily influenced by his love for arpeggiated basslines, 80s riffs, leads and screaming pads. Throughout the deconstruction he explains some of his production techniques, plugins, synths & DAW of choice. This track is part of an Italo-disco oriented audio-visual project which Chris has been working on for the past 2 years. He uses Reason (Reason Studios) as his DAW of choice.
How to book for this Workshop
To book for this workshop you need to buy a “Day 1 Ticket” (which allows you also to attend all the other “Day 1 Workshops” and also the Theatre Performances).
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Electronic Music Malta is Supported by the Arts Council Malta. This event is hosted by Sawtooth Audio Academy. Circuits 2021 is supported by the German Maltese Circle, the Goethe Institute and Air Malta.
It’s uncommon to come across someone with multiple talents or with achievements in a plurality of disciplines: Neil Hales is one of them, a fully-fledged acid freak and a qualified…
Chris Goa, a visual artist by day and aural exciter by night. Being a transistor bass fetishist since the early 2000s, Chris started with acid & techno but was greatly…