A-100 Workshop with Dieter Doepfer

A workshop with Dieter Doepfer will be held at Musikhaus Hieber Lindberg in Munich on July 13th. The modular system A-100 will be the central topic, Dieter will touch on many modules, explaining their musical function. The German “Keyboards Magazine” will be present and will narrate the workshop. And there’ll be a general discussion to round off the program.

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You have a choice of two dates, both on Saturday, July 13th:

  • 13.00 o’clock Doepfer Workshop – BEGINNERS
  • 15.00 o’clock Doepfer Workshop – ADVANCED MUSICIANS

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The workshop is free of charge, but you are requested to register.
Send an email to:
studio@hieber-lindberg.de

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Doepfer A-100 Workshop
Saturday July 13th, starting at 13 o’clock

Musikhaus Hieber Lindberg
Sonnenstr. 15, 80331 München
Synthesizer-Abteilung 1st floor

Tel: 0049 (0)89 55146-116

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