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Making music at The Dock

04 Jul 2018

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By Niccola Anthony

A number of budding young music producers turned out at The Dock on June 21 for a musical production workshop.

The City of Melbourne ran a “junior producer” workshop for Make Music Day, a worldwide celebration of music making.

About a dozen children and their mums made “music” through their voices, hands and feet.

Sound engineer Mikhail Rogachevsky has been running his own workshops for a couple of years, using the production software FL Studio to create music and experiment with sounds.

“The goals of the workshops are really to encourage children to have a go at the different equipment and to give them an introduction into seeing how things work,” he said.

“Every workshop is completely different, so I’m still learning a lot about producing with other people.”

Mr Rogachevsky says the space provided at The Dock has been a fantastic venue to conduct his workshops from.

“It’s a great space by the water. I couldn’t ask for anything better,” he said.

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