|This section shows the various television sets and programs available to Britain over the years.|
|The reception and bar area for the thirsty crowd.|
There's also a dance booth, where one is given video instructions, on selected song dances popular over the decades. Remember the Saturday Night Fever moves, or the strangely familiar Macarena steps anyone?
However, the area where we spent most of our time in was the Gibson Interactive zone, where video tutorials are available via head phones ala recording studio style for any given musical instrument, mostly guitar, keyboard and drums. There's also a vocal recording booth available for those karaoke champions wannabe. We're thought to play/sing like a pro rocker and can choose to have our own performance recorded on to our own smart ticket which we can later decide if purchase the said recording is worth while. Here are some photos of us having fun!
|Jerry Kuo, Editor In Chief from U-Audio Taiwan, having some guitar practice.|
|Jo, recalling his experience at a recording console, remember Pop Pop Music's Love's Tapestry CD folks?|
|Felix going really deep in to his cords!|
|Now, who's this John Mayor wannabe? Think Ain't No Sunshine concert performance at the last guitar festival on Blu-ray!|
|The author going for some drum kit action.|
|Did Mark Knopfler forgotten his hair band? No, it's just James Tan from AV Designs, doing his "kamikaze" guitar hero thing!|
|After all the ruckus we made in the Gibson Interactive zone, it was time for some rock music concert, performed by The Tin Spirits along with some special guest.|