Native Instruments Goes Clubbing

Live computer generated music event featuring N.I.      15/05/01

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When:
Friday, June 15, 2001: Barcelona, Spain
Live Audio :
Mike Dred aka Kosmik Kommando (Rephlex - UK)
Richard Devine (Warp / Schematic - USA)
Jake Mandell (Carpark - GER)
Live Video :
4RK Unstable Media

The Event:
Sonar 2001 is a continuation of Native Instruments series of events presenting computer-generated music live in a club context. The Sonar event is located in Barcelona, Spain.
The Native Lab @ Sonar 2001 is part of the official showcase program, which will also host exclusive events of well known labels such as Warp Records, Mille Plateaux, Force Inc. and Matador . The showcase will take place in the early evening on Friday, June 15, 2001 at the Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona. The three laptop-wizards Mike Dred, Richard Devine, and Jake Mandell will perform with a variety of software powered by Native Instruments. The visual component will be supported by the video artist group Fork Unstable Media who have also designed the new user-interface of REAKTOR 3. All performances will be webcast. You will find information about the live streams at the following site shortly before the beginning of the festival:
  • http://www.native-instruments.com

    About Sonar: During the 14th-16th of June, Sonar 2001— “the international festival of advanced music and multimedia art” will show the latest developments in electronic subcultures. More than 70 DJs and live acts have been invited to play at the eighth annual Sonar.

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