RUDIMENTAL and the new Surface Pro 4

Tomorrow night (wed 11th November), London’s iconic KOKO venue in Camden will see award winning group RUDIMENTAL come together with British composer David William Hearn in a special one off event featuring a full classical orchestra to present remixes of three of the bands hit singles.

The remixes have been created with the aid of an innovative music-writing and composition app, StaffPad specially developed for Microsoft latest tablet/ laptop / computer the Surface Pro 4. The App developed by David utilises the new precision pen bundled with the Surface 4 Pro and showcases the power of the new device to great effect. Check out the video for more info.

Piers Agget of RUDIMENTAL: “I think it’s an amazing opportunity for us to get a chance to use an orchestra, work with a composer and work with cutting edge technology and then bring it all together to show our music in a different light.”

The event will also feature some fantastic live art by Bristol-based street artist Will Barras.

About the Surface Pro 4
The new Surface Pro 4 is Microsoft’s thinnest, lightest and most powerful tablet that can replace your laptop, features include:

8.4 mm thin and features a stunning 12.3-inch PixelSense Display and 6th Generation Intel® Core™ m, Core™ i5, and Core™ i7 processors, enabling everyone from students to professionals to get more done on the go

The new Surface Pro 4 Type Cover takes Surface Pro 4 from tablet to laptop in an instant and features a redesigned mechanical keyboard with optimal key spacing for fast and fluid typing that is also backwards compatible with Surface Pro.

The redesigned Surface Pen packs 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity, letting you write and draw and mark documents with precision ink on one end and an eraser on the other.

The Surface Pro 4 will be available in the UK from 12th November 2015

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