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Friday, September 28 • 4:00pm - 4:00pm
Mirroring Nature with Music: Sound Composition using Ableton Live

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Mirroring Nature with Music is a beginning and/or intermediate level workshop that will use loop-based software music sequencer “Ableton Live” to understand the connection of nature and music. We will learn a series of audio manipulation techniques to create sonic landscapes. We will start with acoustic sound and learn ways in which electronic processing can be used to expand, change, and re-create sound. We will listen to and process field recordings to explore the places they are able to evoke. We will be introduced to computer-generated rhythmic and textural material to broaden our sound world. We will explore and discuss naturally occurring acoustic phenomena and its applications in music.

Participants will gain basic knowledge of “Ableton Live”, as well as expand their concepts of sound, music, space, place, silence and nature. Participants will be invited to explore new ways of engaging their creative process. All levels welcome.


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Luis Maurette

Luis is a percussionist, electronic musician, and multimedia artist. He graduated from Berklee College of Music, studied at CCMIX in Paris, and Mastered in Experimental Electronic Music at Mills College. He has performed and released music in NYC, Paris, Buenos Aires, Bogotá, San Francisco, Boston & São Paulo. In his music and video work, Luis explores the relationship of ancient and contemporary ways of life, how these two... Read More →


Friday September 28, 2012 4:00pm - 4:00pm
Broadway Performance Hall - Square Stage 1625 Broadway, Seattle