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Berlin hosts Red Bull’s 33ft sequencing machine

Red Bull have worked with a team of 30 technicians to assemble a giant 33ft-long interactive sequencer, able to produce unique musical compositions by turning on and off audio samples with switches. The installation has been dubbed the RBMA-20 in celebration of the Red Bull Music Academy’s 20th year.

Berlin is widely recognised for it’s thriving electronic music scene, and Red Bull’s installation was set up in front of Tresor, an iconic techno club and label which is home to the likes of Jeff Mills and Robert Hood.

Participants were invited to come and collaborate with the help of on-site experts familiar with the sequencer’s some 427 knobs. Red Bull are also decking out subway and tram cars as legendary staples of electronic music production such as the Roland TR-808, 909 and 303.

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