Digital Dreams

WaveDNA Will Be Sponsoring the Digital Dreams Festival

WaveDNA will be celebrating Canada Day Weekend at the Digital Dreams Festival of Electronic Music 2012 brought Digital Dreams to Toronto’s festival scene and this year’s festival promises not to disappoint. The WaveDNA crew is beyond excited to be sponsoring Digital Dreams, now Canada’s largest Electronic Music Festival, taking place right on the shores of Toronto’s waterfront. Presented by Electronic Nation, this year’s Digital Dreams festival lineup includes returning acts…

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Foundry Series 2014 – Toronto

Foundry Series focuses on showcasing international and local underground electronic music talent in Toronto. Two weeks have past since the start of this years Foundry festival, and WaveDNA was present to experience the eclectic music festival that happens in Toronto each year.  Founded in 2013 Foundry aims at showcasing international and local talent in the more tasteful genre’s of electronic music.  Named as “Canada’s Most Interesting Dance Series” by THUMP,…

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If I had ALS #IWouldWantTo – Create Music and Art Using Your Eyes During Nuit Blanche

The Nazar Project at Nuit Blanche Toronto 2013 #IWouldWantTo asks the public to consider what they would want to be able to do if they could no longer move because of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), a disease which progressively paralyzes its victims as their motor neurons degenerate. On October 5th, when all of Toronto is out wandering the streets for Nuit Blanche, visitors and friends are welcomed to collaborate with…

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Visualizing Music: From Monks to Molecules

Dave Beckford the Lead Inventor at WaveDNA will present a H.O.T. Zone talk at NAMM on Friday January 25th, 2013 in Room 204A at 1:30 PM entitled Visualizing Music: From Monks to Molecules, we cordially invite you to attend this informative talk. Day: Friday, January 25, 2013 Start Time: 01:30 pm Duration: 1 hour Room: 204 A Presenter: Dave Beckford A short history of attempts to ‘view music’ through various…

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