Inspired by the NY Monthly Music Hackathon, the first Nashville Music Hackathon will bring together local musicians, programmers, designers, composers, hardware tinkerers and fans for a day of learning and creating at the intersection of music and technology.
The one-day event, to be held on Saturday, April 15, at the Emma Bistro, will start with a few presentations about various music tech topics before breaking out into groups to hack and concluding with demos and performances. Featured speakers include Ryan Wrenn, CTO at Artiphon, Misty Jones, assistant professor in the Dept. of Recording Industry at MTSU, and Nick Barnes, director of fan engagement for Eric Church.
Registration is FREE and includes lunch and dinner.
Nashville Music Hackathon is organized by Corey Rice, software developer at Hamachi Digital.