Usine presentation: software for music interaction

Usine Hollyhock is made for musical interaction. In the panorama of music software, it lies somewhere in between Ableton Live & Max.

Chief developer of Usine, Olivier Sens is invited in Brest as contrabass player, composer, and improviser, to perform with dancer and choreographer Dominique Jégou in festival Désordre (see also the Désordre poster). They are also leading an improvisation workshop.

Usine software presentation in Brest

I'm delighted to announce that Olivier Sens accepted to present the Usine software at the Brest conservatory. You are invited!
The interactive presentation happens on

Monday, January 20th, at 6:30 p.m., room Bergot 206 (1, rue Chatellier), Brest (France).

Free entrance, plus bring your music instrument for a chance to experience novel musical interactions!


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