To sample Ableton’s blurb, the Loop summit is: “three days of performances, talks, and interactive workshops aimed at exchanging ideas at the cutting edge of music, creativity, and technology. Bringing together artists, technologists, and other creative thinkers, Loop is a collective exploration of what it is to make music today and what it could be tomorrow.”
And we’ll be there! Follow the CDR blog and our social networks for reports direct from the Berlin gatherings, including special focus on two sessions that we’re conducting.
The first of these, Practice What You Teach, shall see Erin Barra, King Britt and Lawrence Grey join Tony Nwachukwu to explore questions including: what does the world between artist, producer and educator look like? This session is programmed for Saturday October 31st from 17:00 — 18:15hrs at Studio C at Radialsystem V.
The following day, Again & Again & Again: Loops and Repetition in electronic dance music, presents Henrik Schwarz, Hillegonda Rietveld, King Britt and Recloose in conversation with Tony Nwachukwu. This discussion takes place on Sunday November 1st from 15:45 – 17:00hrs in Studio A of Radialsystem V.
For those of you with tickets to Loop, come connect over the weekend. If elsewhere, we’ll let you know of the goings-on online.