On Saturday May 25, 2013, we are proud to join Movement Festival in Detroit for a weekend long celebration of electronic music including the Dubspot EDU Sessions with special guests Mike Huckaby (Tresor / S Y N T H / Deep Transportation), Thomas Faulds (Ableton), Justin James (m_nus), and Matt Cellitti (Dubspot).
Dubspot EDU Sessions @ Youthville, Detroit
The legendary Movement Electronic Music Festival is about to erupt in Detroit once again and Dubspot will be on-hand to deliver educational workshops, demonstrations, and performances during our visit to Motor City. There will be five free workshops available on Saturday May 25, 2013 at Youthville in Detroit taught by special guests Mike Huckaby (Tresor / S Y N T H / Deep Transportation), Thomas Faulds (Ableton), Justin James (m_nus), and Dubspot’s own Matt Cellitti.
11-11:45am Ableton Push 101 & Demonstration // Thomas Faulds [Ableton] & Justin James [m-nus]
12:00-12:45pm Sound Design & Synthesis Techniques w/ Komplete 9 // Matt Cellitti
1:00-1:45pm Creative Production Strategies w/ Maschine // Mike Huckaby
2:00-2:45pm Audio To MIDI Conversion w/ Ableton Live 9 // Matt Cellitti
3:00-3:45pm House Music Production w/ Ableton Live 9 // Mike Huckaby
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Dubspot @ Movement, Detroit
While you’re at the Movement Festival at Hart Plaza, come check out our booth at the Movement technology area to see out some of the newest music technology, software, and hardware. Instructors and the admissions team will be available for Q&A sessions and support. Learn a bit about music production in between sets!
Over the past decade DEMF / Movement has become one of the United States’ premier electronic music festivals, with each year’s lineup hand-picked with the hardcore electronic music enthusiast in mind. And while the festival’s roots lie in techno, the music policy at Movement continues to evolve and embrace artists who are pushing the boundaries of dance music in new directions. Each year aims to be better than the last, and Paxahau’s 2013 Movement experience offers a huge lineup of talent including Masters at Work, Moodymann, Andy C, Mala, Richie Hawtin, Silent Servant, The Bug and many more. And while the lineup seems to be getting bigger each year, the real appeal of this event is the midwestern hospitality: everyone in the city seems to be celebrating at festival time, and last year the mayor of Detroit publicly announced the week of the festival as “Detroit Techno Week.” A beautiful location at Hart Plaza and really reasonable prices for a weekend of top-notch entertainment keep bringing us back for Movement. Tickets are currently on sale and can be purchased at Movement’s website.
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