San Francisco, CA (November 14, 2003)–Pyramind’s new 6,500-square-foot media complex is the site of record production, post-production, artist development, and a school for digital audio arts. Coming up on Saturday, December 6, Pyramind will host an afternoon with DJ Ean Golden, aka “Goldenboy” and “GoldenSol,” during which he will demonstrate his techniques and Native Instruments enabling DJ technology.
The hands-on afternoon begins from 12-2 with Native Instruments’ Paul Weissman giving free demonstrations of Native’s Tractor DJ Studio 2.5. In a workshop format from 2-6 PM DJ Ean Golden presents a wide range of uses, performance and production techniques using Traktor Studio 2.5 with other applications including Reason and Ableton Live. The workshop offers hands on time with Native’s software, and other DJ production tools in the Pyramind training lab. Golden’s in-depth workshop for using these tools in both live performance and the studio is $39 and offers a hands-on sample of the full scope of Pyramind’s Digital DJ Series.
Golden has worked scores of clubs in the bay area and regularly rocks the turntables at some of the region’s biggest parties including 2nd Sunday, Kit Kat, Sugar, Gloss, and Sno Drift. Golden frequently guest DJ’s at different clubs and underground events in San Francisco, throughout the US, and internationally. Between non-stop DJ gigs Golden produces records under the moniker GoldenSol with DJ Soloman of the GoldenState warriors. Their first release, a re-work of “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” turned into a summer hit in 2002. The next few months promises the commercial release of new GoldenSol records.
For more information, and to register for the event, please contact Pyramind.