Learn the basics of electronic music production for free tonight with Ableton Live, from creating drum loops and bass lines, to effects, mixing, and even live performance. We will go over the layout of Live’s interface and talk about easy to learn techniques to get a song started with instruments and effects included in Ableton Live. This will be a great learning opportunity for aspiring producers looking to make their own electronic music as well as experienced music makers of all styles and skill sets.
Mitchell Owens, recent Berklee College of Music grad, is a composer and producer that makes hip-hop inspired electronic music under the moniker Subalias.
Originally a guitar player, he became inspired by the hip-hop of the early 90’s and the fusion electronic beat scene that had its start in L.A.
With over five years of using Ableton Live, Mitchell has crafted unique ways of melding many synthetic elements with organic recorded sound and performs using a system of live looping and clip launching in Ableton Live, derived from the art of controllerism.