Brian Crabtree, sampling the xylophone

Monome co-creator Brian Crabtree, sampling into Max. Photo by saguirl from Etsy.

It’s time for the third-ever, semi-regular Handmade Music Night with CDM, Etsy.com, and Make Magazine. If you have friends in the NYC area, make sure they drop by. In the lineup: the first-ever public debut of the Monome 256, Richard Lainhart playing a live set, Eric’s Giant Wall of Musical Switches, and my Webcam Controller of Terror. (More info over on Etsy’s site.)

Where: Etsy Labs
325 Gold Street, 6th Fl.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Take the A/C/F to Jay St. or B/M/Q/R to DeKalb.
Map
It’s pretty easy — just walk up and loop for Flatbush Avenue, then follow it over. The building has a big clock tower on it. I personally take the 2/3 train to Hoyt. -PK

When: 8:00pm – whenever (think we wrapped up at 11-ish last time)

Cost: FREE (light refreshments provided; feel free to bring some more)

Bring stuff if you like, or just come to hang.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, back to coding for me.

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  • http://myspace.com/dokashiteru Jason

    gah, i wish i could go. I'm coming to NYC on saturday though for the STS9 show. Missed the date by two days…

  • http://nikola.fe.pl Nikola

    That's not a Xylophone :) xylophone has wooden bars… good luck with coding.