Ableton & Serato: The Bridge Tour 2010 | Perform Your Beats

Tomorrow, October 26th, Ableton and Serato will kick off The Bridge Tour 2010, a series of events taking place in several North American cities that will celebrate the official release of the co-developed DJ/producer program The Bridge. The celebration starts here in NYC tomorrow at Webster Hall with the incredible Rob Swift of the legendary X-Ecutioners, Dubspot Instructor DJ JP Solis, and special guests. Other stops include Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Miami, and Montreal with topnotch DJs and producers including Poirier and Lunice in Montreal, and DJ Revolution and DJ Spider in Los Angeles.

The Bridge Tour will travel to 8 cities in North America with product demonstrations to showcase The Bridge, the collaborative DJ/producer program co-developed by Ableton and Serato. Product specialists and clinicians will present the many diverse features of the program such as producing mixtapes and remixes, as well as performing live integrating both Serato Scratch Live and Ableton Live. Designed to capture real-world experiences, artists participating in the tour include Rob Swift, DJ Revolution, DJ Spider, DJ Tina T, Poirier, Lunice, and many more.

Tuesday, October 26 at 7p
Webster Hall with DJ Rob Swift, JP Solis, & Special Guests
124 East 11th St, NY 10003

Thursday, October 28 at 8p
Turntable Lab with DJ Revolution, DJ Spider & Special Guests
424 1/2 N. Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles 90036
(afterparty at SPiN Hollywood hosted by Turntable Lab)

Tuesday, November 2 at 8p
Wonder Bar with Special Guests
186 Harvard Ave, Allston 02134
(afterparty at Wonder Bar hosted by Music Ecology)

Thursday, November 4 at 8p
Minna Gallery with J-Boogie & Special Guests
111 Minna St, San Francisco 94105

Tuesday, November 9 at 8p
Platinum Records with DJ Tina T
915 E. Pike St, Seattle 98122

Wednesday, November 10 at 8p
Hoy Como Ayer with DJ Rob Swift
2212 SW 8th St, Miami 33135

Tuesday, November 16 at 8p
Studio Le Space with Lunice, Poirier and Rilly Guilty
4532 ave Laval, Montreal, Quebec

Thursday, November 18 at 8p
Spybar with DJ Spider
646 N. Franklin St, Chicago 60654

The Bridge Tour is free to the public. Various after parties associated with the tour may include admission fees. For more information and to register for an event, visit The Bridge Tour 2010

Ableton and Serato present The Bridge — a natural link between Ableton Live and Serato Scratch Live. Ableton’s Jeff Milligan shows how The Bridge spans the gap between DJing and playing a live set, by allowing DJs to seamlessly integrate Ableton Live into a Serato Scratch Live setup.

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  • Phil Morse
  • 10/25/2010

Great news. I saw a rather pedestrian demonstration of The Bridge at the BPM show in the UK earlier this month, and it is great. Can’t wait for them to release the Serato ITCH version so us controllerism fans can get our hands on it too without having to use dirty old record decks or CDJs.