Organizers of Ableton Loop – a series of events for music makers – have announced plans for a new online event, Loop Create, scheduled for June 26–27, 2021.
Past Ableton Loop events have featured educational sessions, interviews, live performances, master classes, art installations and more:
Here’s what the organizers have to say about Loop Create:
“Loop Create is a one-day online event for music makers, designed to bring people together across different time zones. Attendees can expect to gain new insights and techniques to use in their own music-making process, try out new ideas, and share the results with a community of creators from all over the world in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
Hosted on Ableton’s own microsite for Loop events, the program will start at 11am (CET – Berlin) and run throughout the day. Each of the sessions will then be repeated, so that attendees can join in from wherever they are and catch the full program in a configuration that suits their local time.
As with past Loop events, the program will include a variety of sessions in different formats, as well as opportunities for attendees to meet fellow music makers in facilitated conversations. Sessions will be hosted by a lineup of artists, musicians, technologists and educators, invited to share their individual insights and methods. Past events have featured the likes of Simon Reynolds, Kelela, Richard Devine and Equiknoxx.”
Loop Create is a free event, and it’s open to anyone who wants to attend. Registration opens May 26. See the Ableton site for details.