Produce your own beat!

Online

Daniel Kohlmeigner (AT)

The ‘beat’ as a rhythmic unit is often the central element of modern music. Electronic music production on the computer is fun and teaches playfully to make creative decisions. ‘Ableton Live’ is the optimal interface to intuitively find an entertaining and low-threshold access to music. Whether for beginners or professionals, in this workshop we can agree on any level of prior knowledge and set realistic goals for the workshop. Depending on time and desire, interactive links will be provided in advance so that those interested can familiarize themselves with the material – for example, to learn the first rhythmic basics.

Making music is easy, it’s just about what sound you play at what time.

Format Workshop
Realization Online (the class can be at school, at home or divided)
Duration 2 x 90 minutes
Participants up to 30 people
Age 14 – 19 years
Guidance Daniel Kohlmeigner and 1 teacher
Price free

Keywords:Music production, Ableton Live, rhythm, arrangement, sample, synthesizer

 

Daniel Kohlmeigner. Credits: Pamela Russmann

Daniel Kohlmeigner is the first and only Ableton Certified Trainer in Austria. For more than 15 years he released groundbreaking electronic music with his duo “Ogris Debris” and played the stages of clubs and festivals all over the world. Currently he teaches at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, at the “Graphische” in Vienna and leads his own course of studies for Electronic Music and Sound Design at the Vienna Music Institute. He enjoys imparting knowledge and successfully strives to bring electronic music into classrooms and onto curricula.

www.ableton.com/de/certified-training/daniel-kohlmeigner

 

 

 

Questions? Interested?

For further information and booking inquiries please contact Katharina Hof via katharina.hof@ars.electronica.art

 

The create your world TOUR takes part within the Open Science Hub that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Program for Research and Innovation under grant agreement No. 824581.