Where: R10 52a Market Place, Leicester, LE1 5GF
When: Wednesday 18th September at 7 PM – 9 PM
Leicester Ableton User Group proudly presents: Tobi Hunke, who runs AbletonDrummer.com as he explores different aspects of how Ableton Live is and can be used by drummers with showcasing practical examples with a focus on live performance including the subjects:
Recording and Audio Processing live
Playback/Backing Track Operations
Drum Module / Drum Sound Engine
Midi Effect Engine – Tonal Sequences/DMX-Lights/Video/Trigger whatever…
Tobi Hunke, who is born and living in Germany was starting to tour with bands at the age of seventeen and has played numerous live shows and in various recording sessions. While his studies in England he started to develop an interest in performing electronic music and into working with Ableton Live. He is now mainly working as a drum teacher and Ableton Live instructor with the focus on combining the two. He has developed an online presence through blogging and building up an online community for drummers using Ableton Live, which has gained a big reputation around the globe. Tobias Hunke developed online educational resources as well as providing and programming plug ins for drummers to combine and translate (physical) drumming into the digital world.
AbletonDrummer – https://wwwfacebook.com/groups/abletondrummer
ALSO ON THE NIGHT:
Megan Timings – Creating Chip Tune Pop with Ableton Live.
James Kelly – Creating Impulse Responses with M4L Convolution Reverb Pro.
Join us for our first official meet up of 2018 as we show off the new features in Live 10 which is being released in February.
Ableton Certified Trainer Mark Towers will be on hand to guide you through some of the new features of Ableton Live 10. This workshop will include techniques for composition and performance with a focus on some of Live 10’s new devices, workflows and Push integration. more details on the upcoming release of Live 10 can be found here: https://www.ableton.com/en/live/
We are also very please to invite James Kelly along for a very special workshop:
As a turntablist for the last 15 years, James Kelly’s music explores the remixing of vinyl using DJ scratch techniques for the creation of new music. James will discuss how he takes influence from both Hip hop turntablism and experimental music practices when approaching the turntable for composition and performance. The workshop will explore locked grooves in DJ’ing and composition. A locked groove on a vinyl record is a closed groove, which traps the turntable needle creating a short repeating passage. They have been used by a range of artists from the Musique concrète of Pierre Schaeffer to the Detroit Techno of Jeff Mills. Participants in the workshop will experiment with mixing locked groove records and creating new locked grooves, by placing stickers onto existing records causing the sound to loop.
Check out more of James’ work here: https://minimaljames.wordpress.com/
After both workshops, we invite you to take part in a Link jam. Simply bring your Link enabled devices, plug and and get your groove on. What is Link? Details here: https://www.ableton.com/en/link/
Saturday 27th January 2018
14:00 – 17:00
52a Market Place,
Join us for the first official Ableton user meet in our new home ‘R10’. Situated in the centre of Leicester City, R10 is a new creative space for music technology enthusiasts.
This event is open to everyone, whether you are a beginner with Ableton Live or an experienced user, all are welcome.
It gives us great pleasure to present our first special guest to R10, Second Storey who will be demonstrating how he uses Ableton Live, Push and external hardware.
You can read Second Storey’s bio here: http://secondstorey.co.uk/biog
And follow him on social media/check out his work with these links:
Also on the night:
Ableton Certified Trainer Mark Towers will be demonstrating how to integrate Ableton Live with a modular synth set up.
We will also run a Link Jam towards the end of the evening so feel free to bring your gear along and get involved, or just check out what’s going on.
Some images from the Make||Sound festival we held in Leicester. A week long exhibition at the High Cross featuring my Asteroids Installation, followed by a very special Ableton event with Dennis DeSantis, Mad Zach, Bandish Projekt, Ned Rush, Jesse Abayomi and Jon 1st.
I did a guest lecture at Staffordshire University, here is a little interview after the talk:
Doing our second free Ableton Workshop today at Leicester College.
We will be building up a funky house track from scratch using Ableton Live 9 and Push.
I’m doing a guest lecture for Ableton at this tomorrow. I will be demoing Push and doing a masterclass on Max for Live.