Ableton announced today that registration for Loop—the company’s summit for music makers—is now open. This year the three day event for music makers will be held in Los Angeles instead of Berlin.
Ableton describe Loop as an exploration of what it is to make music today and what it could be tomorrow. With big performances, industry pro discussions, and workshops we found out what it's about.
Founded in 1982, the Berlin Atonal Festival arrived back in capital of Germany this year. Timo Preece braved the heat to explore what this visual and audio creator event had to offer.
The program for Ableton Loop has been announced. There's plethora of incredible musician and producer talks, events and workshops to attend. From Suzanne Ciani to Jazzy Jeff. Lots to be excited about!
Ben Heck’s video showcases the best of the Berlin MusicTechFest Hack Camp, a 24 hour challenge where teams build incredible machines and systems for musicians in one day.
From a sequencer triggered by M&Ms to controlling music with our minds to another sequencer controlled by and projecting light, Music Tech Fest was packed with forward thinking tools for music makers.
Brining together musicians and synth lovers in a friendly, accessible space in a beautiful European city is exactly what Torino Synth Meeting is all about. The founder reveals more in this interview.
Ableton Loop 2016 is a summit for music makers, and if it's even half as good an event at the one last year it certainly shouldn't be missed. Plus watch a video of Robert Henke from Loop 2015.