RobotSpeak, San Francisco Production Schools Will Host a Live Show of Experimental Hard Rock and Pop Music

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2011

On Thursday, August 4, RobotSpeak, San Francisco Production School will host a show featuring live experimental hard rock and pop music at Haight St. in San Francisco. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and will feature a talented lineup including Moth Nor Rust, Ugh God and Fat History Month. If people are interested but cant break away on a weeknight, RobotSpeak will also host a live music event during the Lower Haight Art Walk on Saturday, August 6 from 1:30 to 6 p.m.

Since 2002, RobotSpeak has strived to be a reliable source for electronic music gear for all computer-based music production. They aim to provide the best balance of cost and performance for all musicians, supplying clients with the tools to make great music. They also provide numerous clinics and training classes, endowing people with the knowledge of music production that is essential to creating great music.

“The Lower Haight Art Walk is being changed up this time around. For the first time it will happen during the day rather than into the night like the previous walks,” said Steve Taomina of RobotSpeak. “Please join us as we carry on its tradition with free live music and trouble.”

RobotSpeak specializes in new and sometimes vintage boutique analog and digital synthesizers, drum machines, effects, music software, MIDI controllers, circuit bent toys, DJ solutions, reference monitors, headphones and cables and offers one-on-one software consultations. They will cut through the mind numbing breadth of ways to go when building your music setup and get you right down to making music.

For more information on RobotSpeak’s upcoming events, give them a call at (415) 230-0840. Visit them at 589-1/2 Haight St. San Francisco, CA 94117 or on the web at Find them on Facebook and receive the latest updates.

About RobotSpeak

RobotSpeak, an independent San Francisco electronic music store, specializes in boutique analog and digital synthesizers, music software, musical instruments, DJ classes, music production schools, MIDI controllers, drum machines, circuit bent toys, DJ solutions, effects and other hard to find stuff.


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