Chatsworth, CA (October 4, 2007)–Online retailer of computer audio hard- and software audioMIDI.com will the local Los Angeles market an exclusive look and tutorial on the NeKo Keyboard from Open Labs.
On October 27th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., film composer and Open Labs consultant Nicholas O’Toole will demonstrate the NeKo’s applications for touring and film scoring. “This workshop will be an excellent opportunity for touring keyboard players,” says O’Toole, “to see how easy it is to have a studio DAW setup on the road without sacrificing any power from the professional studio. This is an especially useful product, especially when taking film scoring into account.”
Open Labs designs and markets tools for performing and recording musicians. The company’s products, MiKo and NeKo, incorporate 64-bit computer processing technology into single-unit tools that can simultaneously play, record, mix, and master digital audio and effects.
The NeKo workshop will be held at audioMIDI.com’s corporate office located at 9240 Deering Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91311. RSVP is required, with online registration at http://www.audioMIDI.ennectevent.com/NeKoWorkshop. Admission is $10. Parking is free; food and refreshments will be served.
NeKo keyboards are currently used by artists and producers including Timbaland, Prince, Maroon 5, Korn, and Lil’ Jon.