Hyperreality 2022 will feature two workshops in cooperation with Ableton Live and Sounds Queer. We are very happy to announce that we managed to win two professionals to host these workshops. Zosia Hołubowska (aka Mala Herba) and Dino Spiluttini will share their knowledge and experience with the lucky ones who get hold of one of the rare spots in the workshops. So better be quick and register to take the next step on your own personal path to Ableton-Wisdom.
Venue: Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar
⭐ 13:30-15:00: Zosia Hołubowska – TEXTURES FROM ARCHIVAL SAMPLES (1,5h)
⭐ 16:00-19:00: Dino Spiluttini – Organic Environments in Ableton Live with Modulation and Controlled (3h)
– Requirements: bring a laptop with installed Ableton Live and headphones
– Please read the descriptions of the workshops carefully. Both will require some prior knowledge.
– Register via: email@example.com
– Please let us know which workshop you want to attend by adding the name in the subject!
– The workshops are free of charge. Please let us know if you have an Ableton Live license.
⭐ Zosia Hołubowska – TEXTURES FROM ARCHIVAL SAMPLES
During this intermediate level workshop, sound artist, producer and founder of Sounds Queer, Zosia Hołubowska will share their practice of working with archival samples. They will share their sources and creative ways to process what can be found online. The artists will focus on creating evolving, emotive textures, using both native effects of Ableton Live, as well as artists-created plug-ins. As the meeting is designed as a hands-on workshop, it is advised to bring a laptop with installed Ableton Live and headphones.
⭐ Dino Spiluttini – Organic Environments in Ableton Live with Modulation and Controlled
This workshop is intended for people familiar with Ableton Live’s interface and workflow.
Learn how to bypass your low confidence and self-loathing by curating rather than creating. Turn Ableton Live into an assistant capable of suggesting ideas, phrases and modulations that aren’t intrinsically your own, so you don’t have to judge them as harshly as you usually would.
Explore what the term ‘interesting production’ means and how to turn static arrangements into living, breathing organisms.
Those who want to follow along on site are advised to bring a laptop with Ableton Live 11 Suite. A free trial version is available to download from Ableton’s website. If time allows, you’re invited to share your own tips and tricks. Let there be no secrets and intellectual gatekeeping in music production.
Dino Spiluttini is working as a musician, producer, and mixing/mastering engineer in Vienna.
Big up to our partner Ruby Marie Hotel & Bar for hosting us and Chris Atilla Izsák from our team for organizing this series!