The first challenge of Loop’s Music-Making Weekend: Build your own Gizmophone. Get the details at the link below.
The virtual version of the Ableton Loop Music Conference has begun.
Here is the welcome video.
Here is the latest info https://loop.ableton.com/loop-at-home/
Here is a link to the full program daily schedule. I annotated the image to selfishly show in Mountain Daylight Time 😉.
We couldn’t hold our Loop Summit for Music Makers in person this April, so we’ve decided to bring a little of the Loop spirit to you, wherever you are.
On every day of the weekend, from April 24–26 the Loop website (https://loop.ableton.com/) will transform into a hub for music-making challenges, creative inspirations, and a few live-streams from some of our favorite artists.
Every morning at 11am CEST/5am EDT the Loop Team will share a dose of inspiration and a music-making challenge for the day, along with any instructions and materials you’ll need to take part.
Then, at 7pm CEST/1pm EDT we’ll broadcast live from an artist at home, for some insight into their creative worlds and technical setups:
Friday, April 24: Sebastian Mullaert
Saturday, April 25: Rachel K Collier
Sunday, April 26: Andrew Huang
If you miss any of the live broadcasts, they’ll remain available to view throughout the weekend on the Loop website.
Each day ends at 9pm CEST/ 3pm EDT with an invitation to join us on the digital dancefloor for a home-brewed club night with United We Stream, in support of some of our favorite Berlin club institutions.
We’ll be hosting a discussion throughout the weekend to share your process and swap results with fellow music-makers.
Use the hashtag #LoopAtHome and join us on the Loop website from 11am CEST on April 24 for a welcome from the Loop Team, and to start making some music together.
Facebook event is here: facebook.com/events/636369310546629/
Ableton Loop is a summit for music makers. I was all set and super excited to go to my first Loop in Berlin this year. Of course that isn’t going to happen as the IRL event was postponed to 2021.
So today I was quite exited to learn that Ableton is planning on an online version of this year’s event!!!
With Loop delayed until 2021, we’ll bring a bit of that community to you at home. We’re planning three days of curated live streams and daily music-making challenges, as well as a place to discuss the process of making music and share results. Save the dates: April 24-26. More info is coming soon.https://www.ableton.com/en/blog/ideas-offers-making-music-home/