The Museum of Making Music regularly features special exhibitions that spotlight specific instruments, ideas, individuals, innovations, or concepts of music making. These exhibitions are typically interspersed throughout the museum's permanent collection and can be on display anywhere from 1 month to 1 year. Listed here are the special exhibitions that can be currently seen at the Museum of Making Music.
December 12, 2014 - August 30, 2015
Combining moving testimonials, original photographs and audience participation, the Carlsbad-based NAMM Museum of Making Music unveils "What Music Means to Me" its most personal and interactive exhibit yet!
What does music mean to you? Share your thoughts with us to include it in this one-of-a-kind exhibition!
Developed in 1983, MIDI allows electronic instruments and computers to communicate with each other and exchange information about a musical performance. Still going strong after 30 years, MIDI revolutionized an industry and changed the way musicians make music and collaborate. A special display at the Museum of Making Music highlights MIDI capable instruments and features an interactive YouROCK guitar and E-MU Proteus 2 module.
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