In the near future, the German Center for Music Technology is to be established in a new building at the intersection of Weidendamm and Kopernikusstrasse. The history of music technology is closely linked to Hanover thanks to Emil Berliner. Companies such as Sennheiser, Kling & Freitag and Coda Audio are currently strengthening its current reputation, but the new center will help shape the future, incorporating both past and present.
The project-experienced music promotion institution is the sponsor of the festival and wants to give new impulses to the self-determined music creation in Hanover.
The MusikZentrum has been promoting youth and music as a non-profit limited company since 1993. Originating from the Rockbüro, the roots lie in guitar-heavy music, but basically the work is genre-open. This was demonstrated by the large hip hop projects and projects in other musical niches. The resources such as rehearsal rooms, event hall or recording studio are open to everyone anyway.
One of the largest coworking spaces in northern Germany offers more than 1,200 creative people space for experimentation, encounters and exchange at the intersection of Kopernikusstraße and Weidendamm. A modern equipped wood and metal workshop, of course office and meeting rooms as well as the Cafvé are available to them 24/7. As a pioneer of the sharing economy, Hafven is a start-up center and educational institution to boot.
The Rampe is a venue for professional music creation in Hannover and an analog and digital community hub. In Gerhardtstraße, one large and one small room are available to musicians* as coworking space, rehearsal space or event space.
Time Tools’ 20 years of experience in the fields of mastering, production, label, publishing and management - with national and international references - provides an optimal basis for a highly appealing practice-oriented and professionally excellent event on the topic of music production.