Alerted by a Retweet from @Ableton, we learned that Krikor, a longtime French favorite of ours, released another set of instruments on Ableton, this time for the vintage NYC TR-707. Grab it at the post below.
S/O Music ReDef for turning us onto this post.
via EBNet: “Those of us who live in Berlin know that the city is unparalleled in terms of its nightlife offerings. But for people who are new to the clubbing capital, traveling through, or just want a change of pace, some lesser-known but wonderful music institutions might pass under the radar.
Most of us know to queue up at Tresor or Berghain for an epic night out. But if you’re looking for a different experience—like a sex party at KitKatClub, a punk show at Urban Spree, or a laid-back drink at the rooftop bar Klunkerkranich—then we recommend you consult the list below.”
Read on for nearly 50 suggestions for where you—or your visiting tourist friends—should go when you’re out in Berlin.
This Friday we’re hosting nine females who represent just a small part of the women who have graduated from our classes over the last five years, but they do rule. MEET THEM AND LEARN FROM THEM this Friday at 7pm.
You want the future of music? Here’s one idea. They call it Algorave (via CDM)
“You can’t really separate music from community.”
“I see the same motivation behind wiring and re-wiring a modular synthesizer and modifying live code while it runs.”
“I like the folk music model where people borrow tunes from each other all the time. Free/open source music fits into that nicely.”
Way, way, WAY more over at CDM Blogs.
Get into it! Our June classes are a shocking 15% until Friday and computer music is what Ableton is all about. Email me.