Roland is back at ADE Sound Lab
As part of this year’s ADE Sound Lab, Roland will be setting up shop at the Festival Hangout, presenting their latest range of innovative instruments.
After recent announcements about Kiasmos' MusicTalks and eight mind-bending projects not to miss at ADE Sound Lab we continue with another addition to the latter, as Roland will be back at ADE again.
Attendees of ADE Sound Lab will be able to try some of the music institute’s latest gear, including the DJ-202 and DJ-505 DJ Controllers as well as the all new SH-01a, TR-08, D-05 and SE-02 boutique synthesisers.
In addition to this, Roland will be running interactive workshops with an array of international talent, to discuss how Roland gear has been used in their work. On Thursday Nacho Marco will discuss integrating studio hardware into a DJ set and on Friday A Guy Called Gerald breaks down his live improvisation techniques and wrapping things up and on Saturday Egyptian Lover will be running an 808 Masterclass.
With the acquisition of V-MODA headphones, a close partnership with leading DJ software innovator Serato and a range of exciting new instruments, Roland has a lot to show DJs and producers coming to ADE 2017.
See the program below.
Thursday October 19, 12.00 PM – 12.45 PM, ADE Festival Hangout at De Brakke Grond.
A Guy Called Gerald
Friday October 20, 13.00 PM – 13.45 PM, ADE Festival Hangout at De Brakke Grond.
Saturday October 21, 13.00 PM – 13.45 PM, ADE Festival Hangout at De Brakke Grond.
Tickets & more info
ADE Sound Lab will run from October 19th- October 21st, program starts at noon. Access only for ADE Card and ADE Pass / ADE Conference Pass holders. Purchase your ADE Card (€10,-) here.
Attend here to stay up to date, more program info can be found here.
The Festival Hangout at De Brakke Grond (Nes 45) is open from ADE's Wednesday through till Saturday from 10 am onwards, and is located at the very heart of Amsterdam just 10 minutes away from Amsterdam Central Station.
ADE Sound Lab is run in cooperation with Creative Industries Fund NL and VSB fund supporting the Festival Hangout.