Update: It was an awesome event as always! You'll find pics and videos of the event as they go up on the MMTA SYNTHFEST 2013 channel. Some are already up and mine are yet to follow. New posts of course will go up on the front page. You can get to the channel via the link at the bottom of each post. Note there was an earlier event this year so this post will mark the bottom of the last event. Posts beneath that are from the prior event.
Heads up everyone! The MMTA SYNTHFEST is currently scheduled at Shoreline Community College in the Music Building (800) Saturday, October 26. The event is Free! Full details will follow in future posts. Until then mark your calendar and make arrangements as needed. This is not an event you will want to miss!
This year's previous Spring SYNTHFEST included the Synth Petting Zoo for people to check out and play with gear, a Tradeshow Room with local vendors & manufactures, a Presentation Room with lectures & performances, and a Jam Session room. Last year we had a rare look into the history of Yamaha from Dave Bristow. Mark Vail, author of Vintage Synthesizers, along with John Bowen and the Solaris, were also in attendance. For a full list of manufactures from that event, see this post.
Click here for all posts on last Spring's event including pics and video coverage.
Click here for coverage on 2012's event.
MMTA Fall SYNTHFEST Facebook Page
Check out the MMTA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mostlymodular
MMTA website & forum: http://www.mostlymodular.com
Book a table here: http://www.mostlymodular.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=248
Update: some confirmed for the event via the table booking link on the MMTA forum above:
synthwerks (james husted)
mattson mini modular
sythrotek / antimatter
lorne in canada
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/LZDn4 - parking might be $3.