Ableton’s at-home Loop Summit happens this weekend
Virtual event features Andrew Huang, Rachel K Collier, plus daily music-making challenges, inspiration sessions and performances.
Ableton’s at-home edition of their annual Loop Summit is set to begin tomorrow (24 April), kicking off a weekend of music-making challenges, talks and artist performances.
From 24-26 April, music-makers can tune in to the broadcast on Loop’s website, which will remain available to watch throughout the weekend.
Each day of Loop’s at-home event starts off with a daily inspiration session, along with the music-making challenge of the day. An ongoing discussion will be held throughout where music-makers can share their process, as well as their tracks.
Live-streamed performances will take place at 7pm CEST/1pm EDT each day, with each artist streaming from their homes. Here’s the full artist line-up:
Friday, April 24: Sebastian Mullaert
Saturday, April 25: Rachel K Collier
Sunday, April 26: Andrew Huang
While this year’s in-person Loop Summit was cancelled due to COVID-19, next year’s physical event is slated to take place 23-25 April 2021 at Silent Green, Berlin.
You can learn more about Ableton’s music-making weekend on its Facebook event page, here.
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