The Science of Rock 'N' Roll Exhibition

Sunday, June 08, 2014

Music lovers listen up! The Science of Rock 'N' Roll Exhibition opens June 11th at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto and features all kinds of hands-on exhibits that are sure to get your feet tapping to the beat.

Canadian rockers Arkells entertained at the media preview on June 5th with a set from their upcoming album High Noon. Signed to Universal Music, their performance was outstanding - another reminder that Canada has a wealth of musical talent. The exhibition features informational walls that showcase the history and evolution of rock from the 1950s to today, music instruments from various eras, historical recording equipment as well as record players, tape players, eight-tracks, sheet music and Walkmans — anyone remember any of those? You can drum along with a Beatles' song, record a track in one of four video recording booths (and see your recording later online, available for download to social media), or try your hand at being a sound engineer in a recording studio. There's something for everyone who loves music at this exhibition. 

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Source: Toronto Tribune

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