He’ll be joined by producer Golo Schultz in Brewery Studios, Berlin, and together they’ll give a walkthrough of their process for writing a new track from his forthcoming album. Musician Katarina Holmberg will moderate the conversation between the two and field questions from the audience. After the 90-minute studio session, attendees can join the Loop Cafe – a group chat where music makers can discuss their learnings from the session and their own studio practice.
The session starts at 6pm, Berlin/Germany (UTC+1). Attendees can use the event site’s timezone selector to find out when it happens in their local time.
Launched by Ableton in 2015, Loop helps music makers discover new ideas to inspire their creative practice. Bringing together artists, technologists, educators and creative thinkers from around the world, Loop connects a global music-making community. Through events, and a living archive of ideas and techniques, Loop is a collective exploration of what it is to make music today, and what it could be tomorrow.
There’s a global community of music makers using Ableton’s creative tools and resources. Creating and performing music with Ableton software and hardware instruments: Live, Push, Link and Note. And sharing and exploring ideas through Loop, Learning Music and Learning Synths.
Ableton was set up in Berlin in 1999 by the same musicians who lead the company today. Now it’s made up of around 500 employees across the world, working together on things that inspire people to get started and go further as music makers.