Continuing to adapt to the global pandemic, Roland and Yuri Suzuki have teamed up with the Design Museum to create 808303.studio, a fun and educational music creation platform and online learning experience.
Based in Kensington, London, the Design Museum covers product, industrial, graphic, fashion and architectural design.
The Design Museum is also currently showing its popular ‘Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers’ exhibition featuring Roland’s legendary TR-808 Rhythm Composer drum machine and TB-303 Bass Line synthesizer.
The 808303.studio features Roland’s innovative step sequencer interface, as well as emulating the sound of the original Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer drum machine and Roland TB-303 Bass Line bass synthesizer, is a professional-sounding online musical interface. The studio lets users record their masterpieces and allows sharing through social media or as a download.
Acid House innovator ‘A Guy Called Gerald’ will also be on board to help visitors find their way around the platform and teach them how to program and play their own electronic dance music using 808303.studio.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy the 808303.studio and ‘Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers’ exhibition until February 14, 2021.
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