SEMINAR AREA 3
PROGRAMME TO BE ANNOUNCED
THURSDAY 26TH APRIL 2018
11.00: So you want to be a DJ?
An insight into the best practices for artist development and representation, a master class of the do’s and don’ts in order to succeed.
Pete Gooding (Pete Gooding Management)
Graham Farmer (Data Transmission)
14.00: AudioLock subject TBC
15.00: Beatport Annual report, Invite only
16.00: Beatport access all areas
Come & have a one to one chat with Beatport!
FRIDAY 27TH APRIL 2018
11.30: Sound Healing Workshop – The Universal Power of Sound
In 2018 more and more people are using music and sound to complement their personal development practices, and with good reason. Science is now proving that sound resonance and frequency has an effect on physical matter, including the human mind and body. We will discuss this development and how it is being incorporated into events, music production and consumption.
Jamie Catto (Faithless producer and film maker ‘One Giant Leap’)
Tracie Storie aka DJ 10 Sui (Tama-Do Sound Therapist)
12.30: Pioneer DJ Workshop: Dave Smith Toraiz SP-16 & AS1
In this session our demonstrator Sam Shepherd will be showing how the Pioneer DJ Toraiz SP-16 can be used to construct a track on the fly incorporating the units sequencer and sampler capabilities with no need for a computer. He will cover all aspects of the Toraiz SP-16’s capabilities from browsing its internal sample library to applying sound effects including the legendary synth legend Dave Smiths filters. Sam will also cover the Pioneer DJ AS1 monosynth, also produced in conjunction with Dave Smith, and how you can create some twisted squelchy basslines and patterns. To end the session Sam will show how these 2 powerful products can work together to deliver an amazing performance.
13.30: Pioneer DJ Workshop: DJS-1000
Sam Shepherd is back to demonstrate how Pioneer DJ’s new DJS-1000 live sampler can bring real-time track production to the DJ booth. He will show how you can sync the DJS-1000’s sequencer and performance pads to the rekordbox content being played through the CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2 as well as sampling the music being played in the CDJ’s and DJM for on the fly re-edits. He will also show how the form factor of the DJS-1000 is familiar territory for DJ’s sharing the same layout as the CDJ-2000NXS2 but with pads instead of jogwheel, giving them the confidence to step into the world of music production and performance.
14.30: Ableton workshop: Rachel K Collier, From the Studio to the Stage using Ableton Live 10
Rachel K Collier will demonstrate her approach to taking a full song production to stage. Using her song Paper Tiger as an example, she’ll show her own techniques for breaking down song parts into clips and scenes for performance. Collier will cover the process from the beginning and provide tips and tricks for balancing the fun of impromptu performance with recreating the structure and elements of a song.
15.30: Ableton Workshop: Ableton Live 10 and Push – Capture, Create and Manipulate
Ableton Certified Trainer Simon Lyon takes you through some of the new features of Live 10 whilst exploring many ways to create ideas and harness the creative power of Live and Push. Whether you are new to music production or seasoned musician/DJ/Producer, Live gives you many options for starting either the initial workings of your music or performing and manipulating beats, grooves and textures for your shows.
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