Introduction to Ableton Live w/Lillian Frances - Session 4 of 4
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About the Event
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The Low Down: Love making music? Want to learn how to capture your musical ideas in the computer? You’re in the right place! MusicLandria is excited to announce our first ever Introduction to Ableton Live Workshop Series. In this four week course, we are going to dive into the one true bae: Ableton.
The course will cover programming MIDI instruments and drums, editing and recording audio, managing and exporting projects, mixing, and applying audio and MIDI effects. By the end of the course you will acquire the skills necessary to transform your musical ideas into real live songs.
This is a course for music-makers of any style; you’ll be able to take the skills you learn here and apply them however you want to your own creations. It is our goal to break down the barriers to entry of music technology (both real and imagined), and to get you stoked on producing music in Ableton Live!
Class Schedule: Classes will be held virtually on Wednesdays from 6-8pm PST, from Nov 18 – Dec 9. Additionally, we will have virtual office hours on Mondays from 6-8.
Nov 18 – Week 1 Class
Nov 23 – Office Hours
Nov 25 – Week 2 Class
Nov 30 – Office Hours
Dec 2 – Week 3 Class
Dec 7 – Office Hours
Dec 9 – Week 4 Class
Dec 14 – Office Hours
What you’ll need: -A computer with Ableton (Any version works. Enrolled students will be able to receive a 40% off Ableton educational discount, contact Lillian (email@example.com) about this️. Also, you can download a free lite version here: http://ableton.com/en/products/live-lite/) -Excitement to learn/stoke factor!
Cost: Suggested donation is $20/class, or $100/full workshop (including office hours). We do want to ensure sure that this course is available to all who want to learn. Please give what feels right to you.
About the teacher: This series will be taught by electronic musician Lillian Frances. Lillian graduated from The Beat Lab Academy in Los Angeles in 2015, where she studied electronic music production and music theory. Lillian hails from Davis, but makes her home in the Sac music scene. She’s played her unique brand of indie-pop at locals festivals such as Sacramento’s Wide Open Walls, the Davis Music Festival, and the Davis Cherry Blossom Festival. Lillian loves teaching and really just wants you to be as stoked about music production as she is.
You can check out her music here: https://spoti.fi/2UNAbY6
Please register by November 18th at the latest to reserve your spot in the course. Space is limited, so sign up early! Once you register you will be sent more information regarding the course.
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/3es3p6r