THE SUBMISSION TO THE COURSE IS NOW CLOSED
MORE COURSES ARE BEING PLANNED FOR THE AUTUMN 2019
Call-out to music lovers ready to delve into the magical universe of Ableton Live! If you’re keen to learn and identify as a woman*, we’d love to meet you. Over 8 weeks, we’ll provide everything you need to get started with Ableton Live: a version of the software, step-by-step learning, and mentorship. The course will give you the foundation to use the software for whatever you’re interested in: producing your own tracks, playing live, recording… or something you haven’t even considered yet!
*Including transgender, gender-fluid, non-binary, and agender.
It’s all free and you don’t need any prior experience with making music, just enthusiasm 🙂 If you don’t have your own laptop + headphones, let us know and we’ll find a solution. We’ll be available between sessions and after the course to answer questions and keep you on track.
There are 15 places available on each course and all sessions will run from 19:00 – 21:00.
The course will be delivered by Liina “LNA” Turtonen and Emily Johnson.
Liina “LNA” Turtonen is a music producer, sound engineer, performer, and creator of the female-centric YouTube channel called ‘LNA Does Audio Stuff’. After getting an MA degree in Music Production from the University of York, she is now working as a freelance producer, sound engineer and electronic musician playing live concerts with artists such as No Fixed Identity. She is an experienced tutor and expert in Ableton Live and Push 2, using the DAW as her main production, mixing, mastering and performance platform. She also wrote her Masters dissertation about the creative workflow and HCI of Push 2.
Emily (AKA Emily J Electric) is a performer, musician and DJ with a track record of international shows at festivals (Fusion, Shambala..), and clubs in Berlin (Subland, Urban Spree, Kosmonaut, Cassiopeia, VCF), Paris (Batofar, Glaz’art, Concorde Atlantique) and UK cities. With Ableton Live at the centre of her setup, she plays live flute and Electric Wind Instrument over the tracks and controls custom LEDs through a DMXis plugin inside Live. She runs the Sheffield Ableton User Group and is an experienced music education tutor / mentor / workshop leader.
Emily´s website: www.emilyjelectric.com