Musicians, programmers, designers, composers, hardware tinkerers, and fans all in one place?
Sounds like the Nashville Music Hackathon.
Music has always been driven by technology, whether we’re talking about 8-tracks or autotune. The Nashville Music Hackathon is a celebration of the relationship between technology and music. It’s an opportunity for professionals in each industry to work together, explore problems, and create solutions.
If you’re unfamiliar with the hackathon, here are seven things you should know.
1. Registration is FREE.
Yep. You read that right. 100% free. All day. But tickets are limited, so you should register right now.
2. The day will open with a few short presentations.
To get everyone in the right mindset, we’re going to start with some educational presentations.
3. There will be an open mic.
Hacking starts with an open mic. That way, participants can share what they’ll be working on.
4. Hacking will happen in groups.
After participants share what they’re working on, there will be a short period of time in which you’ll be able to network with other participants and form groups to participate with.
5. The day will end with presentations about the projects.
At the end of the day, each group will have the opportunity to present what they created.
6. It’s happening soon!
Saturday, September 15, 2018
9:30 am – 6:30 pm
7. It’s at a real cool spot, too.
613 Ewing Ave, 3rd Floor
Nashville, TN 37203
And here’s a bonus fact.
Nashville Music Hackathon is organized by volunteers, led by Corey Rice, web/mobile developer at ClearSummit.