Ableton University Tour Makes Four Stops in Denver in May 2016!

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This spring, we’re visiting campuses across the globe as part of the Ableton University Tour: a series of free events at which our Certified Trainers will demonstrate the music-making capabilities of Live, Push and Link.

Open to students, faculty members and staff as well as to the general public, the meetups are a great chance for new or existing users to watch in-depth demonstrations of Live and Push – and to try them out for themselves with experts on hand to assist.

The events are taking place between March and May with dates for a number of universities already confirmed.

Ableton will be making four stops in Denver!

Denver, CO
Date: May 3
School: Metropolitan University of Denver
Details and RSVP: Eventbrite

Denver, CO
Date: May 4
School: Arapahoe Community College
Details and RSVP: Eventbrite

Denver, CO
Date: May 5
School: Community College of Denver
Details and RSVP: Eventbrite

Denver, CO
Date: May 6
School: Denver University
Details and RSVP: Eventbrite

The Denver events will feature:

Serafin Sanchez is an in demand multi-instrumentalist, electronic music producer, and composer based in Colorado.He started playing piano and age 5 and the saxophone at age 9. Ableton Live has been part of his creative process on stage and in the studio since 2005. He writes music for television and radio, as well as working as a freelance composer and arranger. He hold a Masters degree in Music from The University of Colorado at Boulder.

Serafin has taught electronic music production and songwriting using Ableton Live to at-risk youth with YouthOnRecord.org since 2007. He is also the founder of stem.ly, a site enabling the purchase of songs in individual stem format.

Serafin is available to bands and solo artists looking for on-stage solutions with Live. He also consults teachers and school systems looking to develop music technology curriculum. He has taught or consulted for The Art Institute of Colorado, Regis University, Music For All, Youth on Record, JeffCo Public Schools, Adams County Schools, and STEM Academy.

 

Thomas Faulds is a sound designer and percussionist based in Chicago, Illinois. Inspired by new technologies and production, Thomas is an active participant in the dynamic music scene in Chicago. Aside from recording and releasing albums, he works as an independent music tech consultant, teaching the inner workings of music production tools to students and professionals alike. Thomas believes in universal creative potential and actively introduces students to the vast creative possibilities afforded by modern music instruments.

Teaching students the secrets of recording, producing, playing, and releasing music with today's technology has become the single most important subject in his musical career. As an established private and group music teacher and active community organizer, Thomas' objective is to prepare students for participation in this evolving and exciting musical world. With a heavy focus on beat making, editing, and multi-track recording, he has used Ableton Live for the majority of his work (live and in the studio) for the past nine years, giving him extensive practical knowledge of the software.

To check for tour dates in your city visit https://www.ableton.com/en/blog/ableton-university-tour-2016.

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