We are excited to be hosting a series of interactive music technology events at the Web We Want festival at the Southbank – 28th – 31st May 2015.
James is a conductor with a clear artistic vision – really the only thing that is stopping him is that so far his baton is not working as well as it could be.
Welcome to the second of our blog posts exploring the work of our Research and Development team. The R&D work we do is all about supporting the creation of new […]
Today I spoke to Gawain Hewitt who is National Programme Manager for Research and Development at Drake Music.
Dr Brendan McCloskey (University of Ulster’s School of creative Arts and Technology) visited the Drake Music offices in London on December 5th to introduce his prototype accessible instrument ‘inGrid’.
We are delighted that Dr Brendan McCloskey (University of Ulster’s School of Creative Technologies) will be visiting our London offices on December 5th to introduce a unique and collaboratively designed accessible musical instrument called ‘inGrid’.
I popped into Drake Music HQ recently to find Gawain Hewitt playing around with Leap Motion.