This is a segment of our blog where we feature awesome gear that is widely used within the music industry that is also available for our students to check out in our Monitor’s closet during their studio time! This week: Roland Octopad “Pad-8”!
The first model of the Roland Octopad series was introduced in 1985 with the Pad-8. It was a historic and influential piece of technology at the time, allowing drummers and percussionists the opportunity to trigger virtually any MIDI sound source without the need of a full electronic drum set. Connect the Pad-8 to your laptop in Ableton or any similar DAW to play all of your samples and loops!
Students in the past have used the Pad-8 to perform in the annual Bleep Bloop concert with the NYU Composer’s Collective and in the Electronic Music Performance class within Music Technology!
The NYU Music Technology program invites you to join us at our annual open house taking place on May 5th, 2018! The open house has a number of ways to get involved, showcase your work, get some industry-standard experience, and win some prizes! Submit your work in the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3LTHLSP1XkZC4x_9PHDMqQeC3v2hdkwDyDf3SEdt4E0z6Cw/viewform
The NYU Music Technology program invites you to join us at our annual openhouse! This event showcases our awesome students from the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs. Current students are encouraged to submit their work in the contests and exhibits described below. Friends and family are welcome to attend and enjoy the food, refreshments, and fun!
The OpenHouse will be hosted on May 5th, 2018 in the
Steinhardt Education Building at 35 West 4th Street 10012
Reception will be located on the 6th floor with other events and showcases on the 7th and 8th floors.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
The openhouse will play host to a variety of student and departmental showcases. We encourage you to invite your friends and family to attend. Live music, installation experiences, discussion, and critical review sessions will all be open for viewers.