CONNECTING CREATIVE COMMUNITY
Apr 22, 2013
Christopher Willits performing.
Neal Riley giving a workshop.
The upstairs demo / workshop room getting ready for Cullen Miller.
Peter Nyboer performing and demonstrating his music.
Joe Mousepad MC of the evening
Mar 6, 2013
Ableton is proud to be partnering with Public Works and Overlap.org for a rare combination of exclusive artist performances and presentations at Public Works, San Francisco on April 4, 2013. Come see and experience Live 9 and Push, Ableton's new and unique hardware instrument, through a series of workshops by Ableton Certified Trainers and artists aimed at exploring new techniques for music making. Following the presentations, witness a range of forward thinking techniques for stage, through an inspiring line up of unique artist performances. Whether you are a seasoned musician, music lover, Ableton user or just discovering Live for the first time, expect this event to be an insightful and exciting experience for all attendees.
For more information here.
Nov 8, 2012
Jun 28, 2012
Max for Live Hack Night
Supported by: Ableton, Overlap, and GAFFTA.
Date: Thursday, August 23th, 2012
Time: 6pm - 10pm
Cost: $5-20 suggested donation
Location: Gray Area Foundation for the Arts - 923 Market St, Ste 200, San Francisco CA 94103
RSVP: Event Page
Max For Live (M4L) allows you to design your own tools for music and multimedia production, and the Max for Live Hack Night brings users together in one place to create and learn from each other. With the intention of developing a community around sharing and creating new custom-made devices and ideas, The M4L Hack Night is for anyone interested in building their own instruments, interfaces, or performance systems.
At the beginning of the evening attendees will be presented with a new Max For Live device to create, a problem to solve, a challenge to explore. Hackers will be grouped into teams of diverse skill levels to create, collaborate and share ideas. For new M4L users, "getting started" tutorials will be available. At the end of the evening, each team will share their M4L devices, providing everyone with new tools and ideas to take home and use. Both new and experienced users are encouraged to come. If you have never worked with Max For Live it is highly encouraged to do some homework before the event. Make sure to bring your laptop, and local food and drinks will be available for purchase.
The Max for Live Hack Night was created by multimedia artist, guitarist, composer Christopher Willits and Overlap + Cullen Miller- San Francisco-based sound artist and composer and the organization he helps to direct, GAFFTA. + Special help from Neal Riley.
Landing Page - http://www.overlap.org/blog/13511002/m4l-hack082312
For additional information contact: info (at) overlap.org
May 31, 2012
We are very excited to bring you a performance by some good friends of ours in a couple of weeks. All of this takes place at one of the best new spots to open up in Oakland, CA on June 16th.
LIMINAL SPACE | 950 54th St. Oakland 94608
Saturday June 16th | 8:30 doors, 9pm start
Contribution: $7 – $10
You can find more info here.
May 8, 2012