Listen up! Students interested in digital music production can learn and be inspired by globally recognized EDM composer Mr. Carmack at this one-day workshop sponsored by WCC's Hawai‘i Music Intstitute. The workshop will include a talk story, Q&A session and thoughts on the work of WCC MUS 240 digital music students. Limited seating. "Make music like no one's listening," says Mr. Carmack. “My music is an expression of experiences that I’ve had in my life up to right now. I take inspiration every day.”

Constantly translating personal experience into his craft, writer/producer and DJ Aaron Carmack finds inspiration from a range of sources, from his friends and fellow musicians in production cliques, Team Supreme and Soulection, to his travels and numerous sold out tours in five continents over the past two years, sharing stages with folks like Hudson Mohawke, Just Blaze, Cashmere Cat, and Diplo.

These influences, combined with a hunger for discovering the newest, most cutting-edge sounds on sites like SoundCloud, are some of the ingredients to the now Los Angeles based producer’s distinct creative process. For more information about this workshop, contact Hawaii Music Institute Director Ka‘ala Carmack at 236-9130 or or Digital Music Instructor Renee Arakaki at 235-7481 or

Thursday, November 12
1–3 p.m.
Hale A‘o 101-102
November 12, 1-3 p.m.
Windward Community College
Bonnie J Beatson, (808) 235-7374
Mktg & Public Rel Dir, Chancellor's Office
Kaala Carmack, 236-9130
Hawaii Music Institute Director, Humanities
Posted: Nov 2, 2015