Sign up for a skill-building Music Lab at your local Apple Store
RZA jams with PARISI on BLOCKS and NOISE at the Williamsburg Apple Store.
January 10, 2018
A music-making Today at Apple session is available at your local Apple Store from none other than the grandmaster of Wu Tang Clan: RZA. You’ll learn how to develop your sound using iPad Pro with a Lightpad Block, GarageBand, and other music creation tools from ROLI. It’s totally free and open to all!
To celebrate the launch of this Music Lab at Apple Stores around the world, RZA will personally lead a session on Developing Your Sound at the Apple Union Square in San Francisco on January 27. Sign-up here.
No problem if you can’t make the event. You can explore RZA’s techniques in the best possible way — first-hand — when you develop your own sound in a Music Lab at an Apple Store near you.
The sessions will be led by Apple’s Creatives but will start with a video introduction from RZA. Then participants will hands-on with “Wu-Tang: the Saga Continues,” the exclusive collection of Wu-Tang sounds in the NOISE app. The Developing Your Sound with RZA is part of the Today at Apple Music Lab programming offered in all Apple Stores. Music Labs help people build their musical skills by focusing on new techniques.
The Music Lab with RZA is an amazing way to discover your sound with GarageBand and NOISE on iPads Pros working with Seaboard Blocks, Lightpad Blocks, and Beats Pill speakers. Together, they’re a full-blown music studio that fits in a backpack.
Sign up for a Music Lab through the Today at Apple page of your local Apple Store. They’ve already started, and they’re free and open to everyone.
Learn more about the wider Today at Apple program here.
Learn from RZA and get hands on with ROLI BLOCKS and GarageBand on iPad Pro.
ROLI is creating the future of musical instruments. From next-generation keyboards like the Seaboard to free apps like NOISE, ROLI instruments are deeply expressive, intuitive to play, and so versatile that they can sound like anything and be played anywhere. Their expressiveness comes alive through touch. Visit ROLI.com to learn more about “the most important company in music technology right now” (Music Tech magazine).