Ableton Live is a music production software, music sequencer and digital audio workstation for macOS and Windows. It’s designed to be an instrument for live performances, as well as a tool for composing, recording, arranging, mixing and mastering. For more info visit their website (https://www.ableton.com/en/).
The workshops will focus on a full introduction to Ableton Live. Run on a continuous basis this series of workshops will contain 4 workshops, each 2 hours in length. These workshops aim to give attendees a good grounding in the software whilst also allowing time for exploration through the process. Attendees will download the trial for free just before the first event, so to have it for free for one month, that is for the duration of the whole workshops’ cycle. [download link: https://www.ableton.com/en/trial/] These workshops are suitable for those who have no knowledge of the software, and for those who already knows it but wants to receive a clear and systematic set of knowledge on the matter.
These workshops will be held on a Saturday at 3-5pm (except 26th where it will take place at 5-7pm) for four consecutive weeks starting on the 5th October. The first three workshops (5th, 12th and 19th) will be held at Peacock Visuals Arts and will be led by Marta NoOne (Silent Chaos, Phonochemie); the 4th workshop (or better call it “masterclass”) will be presented an artist from outside of the city and will take place at Foodstory on Saturday 26th October from 5-7pm; a performance night will then follow this.
To apply please fill out this form. Places are limited on these workshop. Please ensure you are available for all dates/times. Cost of the workshops is £5 (for all four NOT for each one). We will be running another series of workshops at the start of 2020, more details to follow.
A breakdown of what each workshop will include is below:
1st Workshop (5th October)
2nd Workshop (12th October)
3rd Workshop (19th October)
4th Workshop (26th October)
Workshops brought to you by D2 in collaboration with Jack Murray-Brown and Marta NoOne. Supported via Creative Funding from Aberdeen City Council.
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