Virtual Reality Studio Tour

Take a VIRTUAL tour of our studio and take a look around the state-of-the-art space for sound exploration! From maps signed by superstars, to remnants of some legendary shows, from DJ setups to tables full of the latest synth gear. ⤵⤵

Want to learn inside the lab? Our fall classes are almost full so email me today.

Book your IRL studio tour today!


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Lindsey Gamble Talks #tgthr9, Music’s Future, and Advice with David Day

►Last week, I sat down with David Day, who is the co-founder of Mmmmaven, an electronic music school and Together Boston, an annual festival that combines music, technology, and art for an interview at Mass Apparel.

►During our convo, we discuss MMMMaven, Boston’s electronic music scene, the re-emergence of disco, how Together Boston has evolved over the years, the music business, his life long mission of “keeping music as relevant as possible,” and more.

Tour the school in VR or meatspace:


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For more information on Together Boston (9/23-30) head over to togetherboston.com

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Who is Robert Hood?

For those unfamiliar with the techno icon who is playing the 13th Anniversary of Make It New this week, it quite impossible to sum up his career, but this Resident Advisor interview from 2014 (by one-time Boston resident, and Make It New guest DJ, Will Lynch), does a pretty good job.

It’s my goal and my life’s ambition and my vision to give, to bring water and bring food to all who want to listen.

The icon speaks very highly of the music of his parents, the sounds of Pac Man, and the famous Detroit radio DJ, the Electrifying Mojo, who, as Lynch says: “may have had more influence on techno than anyone who ever lived.”

You were designed to do great things. But a lot of people go to the grave not knowing that, not realizing their dreams and their visions, having them manifested and come to pass.

Read the full interview here (one which, according to one comment, might bring you to tears), or just experience the music for yourself this Thursday.