In this workshop, Ableton Certified Trainer Phelan Kane will guide participants through the creation of a sample playback device via Max For Live and Live 10.
Designed for experiential audio manipulation, the sample mash device utilises random number generators to warp, twist, and sculpt audio into new forms. Participants can leverage the possibilities of Max For Live audio buffer manipulation to create a unique, bespoke audio processing tool.
If you want to participate in the workshop, please bring along your laptop and headphones. In case you don't own Live 10 yet, you can download a 30 day trial version on the Ableton website for free. In order to get the most out of the workshop, you should have an intermediate knowledge level of working with a DAW and basic knowledge of Max for Live.
Pre-registration for this workshop is now full.
Presented with Ableton.
Phelan Kane is an artist, music producer, engineer, developer, and educator. For over twenty years he has been active in both the music industry and the contemporary music education sector, with a focus on electronic music and alternative bands. His specialism is sound design and production techniques such as synthesis and sampling, alongside audio processing and plug-in development.