May 2016 MSP Audio Geeks meetup v1.0 – Tuesday 5/24

Posted: 9 May 2016 in Events
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This month we are excited to present not one but two meetups! The first meetup will be on Tuesday, May 24th from 7-9pm at the A-Mill Artist Lofts in Minneapolis. Lance Conrad, head producer and owner of Humans Win!, a music production company and recording studio, will be our host. We will meet on the 7th floor club room where there is a rooftop patio, take a tour of the facility, and then head into a music rehearsal room where Lance will present an Ableton Live tutorial.

From the A-Mill Artist Lofts website:
“Designed for artists who are committed to a life in the arts, A-Mill Artist Lofts has a number of shared work and studio spaces for use by the residents free of charge.” From music rehearsal and multimedia rooms to painting, dance, ceramics, photography, and flex studios, there is something for everyone.

A bit about Lance Conrad and Humans Win!:
Recent projects include songwriting and production with Liam Payne and Dan Richards (One Direction), Ashley DuBose (The Voice), Step Rockets and Chris Koza. Recent accolades include City Pages Best of 2016 for Tiny Deaths (best EP) and Strange Relations (best rock band). Humans Win! was recently featured on NPR’s World Cafe with an in-studio session with The Jayhawks. Other HW! aritsts include The Go! Team, Belle and Sebastian, Jeremy Messersmith, DeVotchka, and Caroline Smith.

Feel free to bring your own drinks and snacks and invite your friends for a fun night of audio geekery! If you are so inclined, please RSVP to mspaudiogeeks at gmail dot com.

Date: Tuesday, May 24th, 2016
Time: 7-9pm
Location: A-Mill Artist Lofts
315 SE Main Street
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Directions:There are 2 main entrances, one on Main Street, and one on the north side of the building in the alley. Use the Main Street entrance so that we can wait for you there. You can also look up Lance (Conrad, Lance) in the directory and he can buzz you in.
Parking: There is metered street parking as well as a nearby parking ramp and parking lot.
There is a Metro Transit bus stop two blocks north of the building.


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