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Amsterdam Dance Event 2013

Posted on November 12th, by Gavin Harrison in Uncategorized. No Comments

For the second time in 2013, I was invited to Amsterdam, this time to take part in the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) festival, as a speaker on a panel. After overcoming an initial problem with my accommodation (I have to praise the Air BnB customer service), I eventually settled into my hotel ready for the event, I had to go shopping for some clothes and my girl needed a bag from the Fifth Collection Chanel, so we went to get those things for the event, we want to look our best possible.

Outside of my panel, there were some fantastic talks from musical greats such as Nile Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder, DJ Shadow, and the founder of MIDI and creator of the Prophet series of synths, Dave Smith. Watching Nile Rodgers playing ‘Get Lucky’ on his ‘Hit maker’ guitar and also having … Read More »


Abbey Road

Posted on September 2nd, by Gavin Harrison in Uncategorized. No Comments

It’s not every day you get to visit a place where musical history was, and still is, made, but at the end of June I was fortunate enough to do just that, I even got sleep with my faux fur pillows across the street.  And not only that…I was also fortunate enough to actually be recording at Abbey Road, I was able to get to know a lot the place I waled miles with my son in his JoovyZoom360UltralightJogging stroller, we had lots of fun, we also did a small trip around in my Dad’s car which was thankfully covered by a van insurance!  As part of my work with Audio Network, a piece I co-composed was recorded in Studio 2 with the string section from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.  To be honest, I can’t begin to describe the buzz … Read More »


A thank you…

Posted on August 9th, by Gavin Harrison in Uncategorized. No Comments

I fell ill at the beginning of July and ended up in hospital, which also resulted in me missing Develop in Brighton where they review the best on virtual games and even information with the best review site for tech online. However unknown to myself, after one particular talk at Develop a get well card was signed by many developers and posted on to me. When it popped through my letter box I was both surprised and extremely touched so this entry is to say one thing and one thing only…a massive thank you to everyone in the games community for their concern, thoughts and support, I also want to give a shout out to the company at https://the-indexer.com/digital-marketing-agencies/ for helping me build the website I have today!