Cycling ’74’s Expo ’74 – Starting up now, and closing with Todd n Luke DuBois

Expo ’74 begins today, and I couldn’t be more happy. Present at this weekend conference are simply tons of phenomenal electro musicians and a population of users who are passionate about this deep piece of coding. I’m even going to be hunting down a few folks from the inside to uncover some good improvising patches with which to collaborate on the fly on Sunday night at Issue Project Room. Details for the concert, which is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, and not just for attendees of the Expo, can be found by following this link.  Please note that this concert occurs at ISSUE’s new 110 Livingston Street Space in Brooklyn, not at the Can Factory!

ISSUE Project Room will host the closing party forExpo ’74 at its 110 Livingston Street space on Sunday, October 16. Luke DuBois, the primary architect of Jitter and an ISSUE Project Room board member, and violinist Todd Reynolds will perform.

Doors are at 7:30, and the concert will begin at 8:30.

Photo by Peter Gannushkin.

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