Interactive Technology in Live Performance using Ableton Live

photo: Toni Gauthier

Performers don’t miss this FREE opportunity to learn more about how to do Interactive Sound Processing for Acoustic Music live on stage, using Ableton Live.

more on Todd Reynolds: is a violinist/composer known for his work with amplified violin and electronics. Starting out as a Heifetz-trained child violin prodigy, he became a member of Bang on a Can and Steve Reich & Musicians.  Reynolds co-founded Ethel, the contemporary string quartet, combining the classical ensemble with technology and new music. He can currently be seen touring with Meredith Monk, David Krakauer and Matt Haimowitz’s Akoka project,  and with his own show, Still Life with Microphone.

more on Ableton Live: is a pro loop-based software music sequencer. Unlike others, Live is designed around the notion of being as much an instrument for live performances as a tool for composing and arranging.

Interactive Technology in Live Performance using Ableton Live

Event Info
Host:
Bob Cole Conservatory of Music
Type:
Network:
Global
Time and Place
Date:
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Time:
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Location:
Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall
City/Town:
Long Beach, CA
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3 responses to “Interactive Technology in Live Performance using Ableton Live

  1. Hey this is awesome. Would have loved to be there, I have a love of the violin and ableton live. on YouTube? If you had an e-book showing how you use ableton live as a performance instrument I would buy it now. I am a musician too but just learning ableton. I am really starting to see the potential for performance. cheers!

  2. Wow, Todd, look at you all grown up. I am one of the blessed people who saw you play at Leuzinger in your dad’s Back to Rock class. I’m not sure you’d remember me, but we sat next to each other when your dad took us to see “Faust” in Long Beach, and you commented that the tenor was flat on his high-C. Anyway, it was a real treat to listen to some of your music.

    Jack Garcia

  3. Todd looks like a real grown up man ,and i”m realy happy for you jackg that you saw his show i heard that he was amazing,and does his dad realy took you and tod d to see “faust”,sound to me that you and todd had a great time together.during the past.

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