I’m so excited I can hardly sit still.
Because on Saturday 6th November, in less than a week’s time I’ll be at Snape Maltings in Aldeburgh, attending a music-focused TEDx conference with talks and performances by Imogen Heap, Thomas Dolby, Tim Exile, William Orbit, Martyn Ware and others, on some of my favourite musical subjects:
- The creative process
- Music software
- Hardware tools
- Music in the community
- The future of the music business itself.
And a ticket for the entire day costs only £20 !
By the way, just in case you haven’t come across TED Talks already, check out the video above first – it does a great job of explaining the concept, as well as being essential viewing in it’s own right.
But wait – TEDx ? What does the “x” stand for ? A TEDx conference is the same thing as the main TED conferences, but smaller, local and independently organised. If you think that means it’s in any way a poor relation though, you couldn’t be more wrong – just look at that line-up !