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Ableton announce Loop ’16 lineup



Loop was launched by Ableton in 2015 as a platform for music makers to meet, be inspired and learn from each other, this year’s edition will bring together around 900 attendees at Berlin’s historic Funkhaus venue, taking place over three days and nights from 4-6 November.

Loop will cover topics such as the studio as an instrument, the art of sampling, motion technology in music, computer listening and composition, new directions in music education, field recording and much more. The workshops and studio sessions will afford smaller groups of attendees the chance to interact with leading technologists, musicians and creators and provide up-close exposure to their creative practices.

The full list of artists participants announced so far is already extensive including Adam Stark, Alexis Michaelides, Amélie Anglade, Andrea Goetzke, Anna Meredith, AUDINT, Axel Hartmann, Bandish Projekt, Berlin Community Radio, CDR, Chagall, Chino Amobi, Clara Hill, Cora Novoa, CTM Festival, Daedelus, dBs Music Berlin, Deantoni Parks, Demian Licht, Dennis DeSantis, Diva, DiViNCi, Elysia Crampton, Emile Hoogenhout, FACT, Falk Grieffenhagen, Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, Gudrun Gut, Heart n Soul, Hrishikesh Hirway, Jace Clayton, Jana Winderen, Jason Hockman, Jazzy Jeff, Jem the Misfit, Johannes Taelman, Kimbra, Kirk Knight, Kopenhagen Laptop Orchestra, KUČKA, Kyoka, Lee Scratch Perry, Luisa Pereira, Maria Gkotzampougiouki, Marijke Jorritsma, Mark Zadel, Mason Bretanl, Matthewdavid, Mileece, mi.mu, Mint Berlin, Monolog, Moritz von Oswald, Morton Subotnick, Native Instrument, No I.D., Olivier Gillet, Pamela McCormick, Peder Mannerfelt, Peter Kirn, Philip Sherburne, Quantic, Rasmus Kjærbo, Robert Henke, Rodi Kirkcaldy, Sasha Perera, Skinnerbox, Sougwen Chung, Sound Oracle, Subatomic Sound System, Suzanne Ciani, Tara Rodgers, Tarik Barri, The Wire, Tom Whitwell, Tony Nwachukwu, UMA, Yann Orlarey

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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