Despite snow and bad driving conditions due to St. Patrick's Day festivities, about 30 people made it to Creative Experience for Ableton Day last Saturday. This event was the result of a new partnership between Creative Experience and Sonic Arts United, a local non-profit dedicated to increasing minority representation in music and audio production. As a part of this effort, Ableton has generously donated licenses of their audio production software Ableton Live 9 Intro to Creative Experience. Ableton Regional Brand Manager Thomas Faulds traveled from Chicago to present at Ableton Day, along with members of the Far Fetched Collective and other musicians.
Check out this great article that freelance writer and developer Greg Serveny wrote about the event. Thanks, Greg!
Creative Experience and Sonic Arts United have teamed up to offer a second Ableton workshop next month: Intro to Ableton for Live Performance with musician Syna So Pro. Registration is now open.