WEDNESDAY MARCH 30, 2016 8 - 11 pm

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Habitat Studio Social Presents

LIVE 2.0!

Calgary’s improvised individual and group collaborative performance event returns!

Join us in March as we present some of the finest, weirdest and wildest live electronic performance ever to hit the city. Get out of your studios, and participate and connect with a live improvisation and performance, as Habitat hosts a cadre of local electronic finger-drummers, bass-heads and sampling madmen, performing live and direct for the Studio Social!

Come take the stage, and showcase your talent and gear. Almost anything goes: from hardware, to software, to live drum sequencing, or loop-based performances. As long as you're playing live, we want to hear from you! No dj sets please! We provide the power, you bring the audio alchemy!

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Sign up at habitatstudiosocial.com as soon as possible (by wednesday march 23) to secure your spot!

We will have four (4) solo performances (20 minutes apiece), and space for up to 12 for an hour-long collaborative jam!
Let us know what instrument you'll be bringing, your space requirements, and what sort of audio and power inputs you'll be able to provide or require

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Special notes on participation:

Because of limited slots available, anyone signing up to participate must be 100% sure they will be able to make the event with time to setup, etc.
Participants will be selected by organizer based on review of a variety of criteria including: when response was received, equipment variation/type, space required, available power, and mixer connection types – you will be notified by email to confirm your participation

During the event:
it is very important to be aware and considerate of your levels to ensure the general enjoyment of the performance
please ensure to politely take any specific direction from hosts in regards to level control, conflicts, etc.
although not required, please feel free to include or pair up with spectators to explain your equipment, what you are doing, and at your discretion share the experience by allowing them a chance to play on your piece of equipment while you supervise