Adults and kids alike can take part in a series of live Intro to Ableton workshops, hosted by Gav ‘Grnr’ Thomson via the Glad Cafe’s Glorious Traces Legacy.
With Ableton currently offering their composition / recording / performance software as a free 90 day trial, it means bored and locked-down budding musicians can homeschool themselves in music production, under the expert tutelage of the West Lothian-born multi-instrumentalist.
Thomson, as well as currently being soundman at Stereo is also one half of electronic duo Razr, and formerly a member of acts such as Flying Matchstick Men, Findo Gask, How To Swim and Troika (plus a shedload we’ve forgotten about).
The first of three weekly sessions, aided by Creative Scotland funding, is on Monday April 6, from 11am-2pm, on our YouTube and Facebook pages. Aimed at those aged 12 and over, participants can can ask questions in advance and suggest areas they would like to learn.
More at the Glorious Traces Legacy Workshop page.