Audio software and hardware-maker Native Instruments on Wednesday announced several special events in the U.S. where it will show off Kore, the company’s Universal Sound Platform.
Native Lab,” the events will take place in three cities — San Francisco, New York and Chicago. The events will be free to the public, and will provide some insight into KORE’s capabilities and applications both in the studio and onstage. In addition to afternoon classes and evening parties, each event will feature product giveaways and special guest appearances, according to Native Instruments.
Featured artists include producer Dan the Automator (Handsome Boy Modeling School, Gorillaz, Dr. Octagon) in San Francisco, hip-hop legend Hank Shocklee (Public Enemy, LL Cool J, Slick Rick) in New York and electronic duo Telefon Tel Aviv (Hefty Records) in Chicago. Leftfield electronic producer Richard Devine (Warp, Schematic, Sublight) will provide hands-on workshop instruction and hosting duties at each event.
Native Lab nighttime parties will showcase KORE in a live environment with performances and DJ sets from top NI sponsored artists.
More information and dates are available at the Native Instruments Web site.