Mouse Music: how the internet is changing the way we learn music

Mouse Music

Date: Tuesday 30th November
Time: 6.30pm - 9pm
Venue: School of Everything, 18 Victoria Park Square, London, E2 9PF
Food and drinks provided

Next Tuesday we are holding a discussion about how the internet is changing the way in which we learn music - whether it be singing, digital music production, guitar or music theory or anything in between.

We are delighted to announce our guest speakers for the event - each talking about what they think is going on with all this and outlining their experiences with music, technology and peer education. They’re also very nice people.

David Jennings - author of Net, Blogs and Rock 'n' Roll
Charlie Tims and Pete Bradwell - co-founders of hmtpng

Here at Everything HQ we are particularly interested in how the internet can help people interested in learning something, in this case music, to meet others to learn with. Because we think learning is better with friends. Also, come along for the chance to try out a very new School of Everything service that helps you start your own peer-to-peer learning group.

There are a few spaces left for this event and we'd love it if you could join us. If you’d like to grab a space send us an email. ([email protected])

We're running this workshop in conjunction with Netsounds, a European network project that promotes the use of digital technology and social networking in musical education.

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Don't be shy, say hello. We'd love to hear from you.

[email protected]