If you’re a dance music fan then don’t miss the chance to record a track with award-winning Irish DJs Timmy and Tommy. They are setting up an Open Recording Studio at the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny on Friday 24th September, as part of Letterkenny Culture Night 2010.
“We’ll show you what’s involved in recording a dance music track and give you the chance to take part”, says Timmy Gibson, who knows what he’s talking about…..
Since their first single release in 2006, Timmy Gibson & Tommy Conway have gone on to win multiple awards for their productions and their record label Full Tilt Recordings. They have been at the forefront of the Irish Producers rise on the global dance music scene and are now regarded as being amongst the most versatile and respected producers on the island.
Awards include Best New Artist 2008, Best Single 2009, and Best Label 2009 & 2010 at the Irish Dance Music Awards, and they have been described as “2 Of Europe’s most exciting house producers.” From their own Full Tilt Studios at Mountain Top, Timmy and Tommy run part time music production classes for beginner and advanced students. They also provide recording and production for bands and produce tracks for DJs.
The Open Recording Session takes place from 7-10pm at the Regional Culture Centre. Call 074 9177673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Culture Night is an initiative co-ordinated by Temple Bar Cultural Trust and supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture and Sport, in partnership with Donegal County Council and Letterkenny Town Council. Culture Night in Letterkenny is co-ordinated by Donegal County Council Cultural Services Department and presented in association with Letterkenny Town Council..
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