UK MOTIF XS Event

Yamaha announce MOTIF XS training programme and 'meet the pro's' sessions      15/12/09
UK MOTIF XS Event


Yamaha UK Music Production continue their pioneering programme of training for their MOTIF XS music production synthesizers with a two day 'hands on' workshop. Here's all the details that they have sent us... The initiative will be an invaluable and special event for MOTIF XS owners keen to learn more about their instrument from expert product specialists and demonstrators from Yamaha. The workshop will also provide rare opportunities for owners to meet professional artists that have chosen to use MOTIF XS within their studio and live setups.
Topics to be covered include voice editing, sampling, performance mode, understanding XS effects and the unique and powerful integration with Cubase software.
Yamaha's Peter Peck comments, "We are delighted to create such an event for the enthusiastic and passionate MOTIF XS owner. We often find that customers want to share hints and tips and this event will be the perfect platform. These instruments are so powerful that its a great chance for owners to really get into the inner depths. Having this as a two day event really shows the depth of the instrument!"
Pricing and Availability:
The forthcoming event will take place on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th January at Yamaha's HQ in Milton Keynes and is expected to be heavily oversubscribed. The cost is only £150 for the two day event which includes an exclusive MOTIF swag bag. So to really understand the huge creative capabilities of your MOTIF XS make sure you reserve your place early by calling 01908 369293.
More information:
  • training.yamahadownload.co.uk

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