TechTax - Modular Synthesizer Workshop in Spokane Washington

Published on Dec 28, 2017 Giszmo

"TechTax is a non-profit based out of Spokane, WA focused on bringing electronic music to the masses."


A Non-Profit community resource, promoting a simple concept: Self Expression Through Electronic Music.

We've broken our program into 3 basic elements:

1.) Education - Workshops and Demos of all shapes and sizes

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