Young people from Southampton and the Isle of Wight will soon be able to use mobile technology to make music, after a Solent graduate helped secure a £30,000 grant from Youth Music.
The M-Tech project, which also allows young people to take part in live music performances, music composition projects and community workshops, was launched by the Southampton Music Hub.
Matthew Brombley, who graduated from Southampton Solent University’s Popular Music Production course in 2015, was M-Tech’s project manager. He said: “We’re so excited to give young people the opportunity to create music and express themselves with the latest technology.
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