JOIN US SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT THE
MUDA – MUSEUM OF DIGITAL ART.
FOOD. WORKSHOPS. MUSIC.
11:00 – 15:00 NETWORKING BRUNCH & RELAXING WORKSHOP
Inspiring social interactions are probably one of the most overlooked ways to reduce stress. Thus, this brunch will be the ideal setting to socialise, network, have uplifting conversations and connect with like-minded peers. Moreover, it will provide food that’s perfect to recover from the first night of the festival.
The workshop, with a big focus on breathing, spine mobility and partner stretching, will help get the body lose for a second night of dancing, providing a few tips and trick which are very easy to implement on a daily basis.
The body has two ways to react to stimuli. Either there’s a stress reaction, where alertness and tension in the body increase. Or, the body relaxes and becomes softer and more connected to its environment.
CHF 20.- / max. 20 participants.
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15:00 – 18:00 DIY MODULAR SYNTHESIS WORKSHOP
Build your own modular RIAA Eurorack phono preamplifier component. Since sampling becomes more and more popular in eurorack, thus a phono preamplifier could come in very handy to directly sample from vinyl. RIAA is a preamplifier to bring phono signals up to the hot levels of eurorack modular synthesizers.
It’s a stereo preamplifier with designated ground binding post for hum-free operation. The amplifier is divided into two gain stages: Stage one features a RIAA conform frequency response. Stage has a linear response and adjustable gain. Its purpose is to bring the signal from line level up to eurorack level. You can adjust the output level with a stereo potentiometer, two LED’s indicate when signal level is +/-5V.
The workshop will be run by Raffael Segmüller from “Seismic Industries”. Beginner to intermediate level. Component specifications: seismic.industries/riaa
CHF 99.- / max. 10 participants.
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17:00 – 20:00 WARM UP PARTY
Two unique audio performances by e-acute and Tikitula presented by the Zurich label Kashev Tapes inside the current exhibition of Japanese artist Qubibi at the MuDA Museum.
CHF 5.- including a MuDA welcome drink
MuDa – Museum of Digital Art