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Dublin Gig Guide: 12th – 18th August 2019

Dublin Gig Guide: 12th – 18th August 2019 Monday 12th Little Miss Sunshine @ Olympia Theatre – 7.3oPM CC Brez / Paj / A Sleeping Giant @ The Workman’s Club – 8PM   Tuesday 13th Durand Jones & The Indications @ Whelan’s – 8PM (SOLD OUT)   Wednesday 14th Killing Joke @ The Academy – 7PM Unearth / Aesect / This Place Hell @ Voodoo Lounge – 6.30PM   Thursday 15th All Saints @ Leopardstown Racecourse – 4PM Hailu Mergia @ The Sugar Club @ 8PM   Friday 16th Delorentos @ The Workman’s Club – 8PM The Murder Capital @

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Dublin Gig Guide: 16th – 22nd July 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 16th – 22nd July 2018 Monday 16th Clara Byrne w/Matilda O’Mahony @ Crowbar – 8PM Syrens @ The Wiley Fox – 8PM Tuesday 17th Sofi Tukker @ Whelan’s – 8PM Wednesday 18th Sara Ryan @ Whelan’s – 8PM (Upstairs) Abner Brown’s Underground Showcase @ The Underground – 8PM Thursday 19th Garageland Presents @ The Grand Social – 8PM Anna Burch @ Whelan’s – 8PM Jet @ The Academy – 8PM Friday 20th Death In Vegas @ District 8 – 11PM The Academic @ Iveagh Gardens – 6.30PM Saturday 21st The Coronas @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Aslan

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Dublin Gig Guide: 26th February – 4th March 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 26th February – 4th March 2018   Let’s kick off this week’s Dublin Gig Guide with Indie-Pop act Imagine Dragons! They will be playing a SOLD OUT show as part of their Evolve Tour! The tour includes shows in America, Europe and the UK! Tickets flew out the door for this one! Also on Monday night composer Nils Frahm will be playing another SOLD OUT show at the National Concert Hall! After spending much of 2017 in hibernation in preparation for a busy period ahead, Nils will commence 2018 with his first live performances since 2015, and will

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Dublin Gig Guide : 4th – 10th December 2017

Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th December 2017 With Friday fast approaching, we’re back with another Dublin Gig Guide! Many of the gigs on this week are unfortunately sold out! Not sure why, possible as the lead up to Christmas more people are deciding to head out for a night out? Who knows, but at least it’s good news for the artists performing as the venues will be full! Anyway, enough digressing, let’s get on with whats going on around town! Monday night as always kicks us off with Dr. Hook playing a sold out show in the Olympia! For

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“Sound Check” – A Weird and Wonderful Showcase of DIY Audio Makers

Are you an analogue synth head? Then you will definitely want to check out the Moog Sound Lab currently set up and awaiting visitors at Dublin Science Gallery (head for the Trinity Pearse street entrance)! You can walk in and play with a room full of Moog synth goodness. Alongside that are a couple of dozen other sound and music-focused exhibits on display at the Science Gallery’s current “Sound Check” exhibition. Don’t expect to find the traditional audio tech here, it’s all about novel ideas and weird inventions. The Moog Sound Lab is probably the most mainstream of the offerings

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Dublin Gig Guide : 14th – 20th August 2017

Dublin Gig Guide 14th – 20th August 2017 It’s time or this week’s Dublin Gig Guide! Brought to you by Sound Training! A fairly busy week this week, so let’s get straight into it! Kicking off the week in style, we have Mr. Glen Hansard who will be playing at Vicar Street. Hansard is a household name around Ireland and more than likely more further a-field also! He added a second show (15th) due to the demand! Performing solo, Hansard is know for his captivating performances and this will be no different! 14th is sold out, however tickets for the

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A Guide To Buying A Computer For Music Production

Be sure to check out a full list of Sound Engineering & Music Production courses we offer both online and in a classic classroom environment at Sound Training Online & Sound Training College! At the heart and soul of every recording studio is of course the computer. Some people may argue that we rely too much on computers these days but the way technology has developed and is constantly developing it is hard to shy away from the need to keep on top of computer changes and upgrades, it is in the best interest for you as a music producer. The brainchild

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