Dubspot Live Streaming Workshop w/ Professor Nalepa + Subjection (7pm 4/23)

Dubspot Live Streaming Workshop with Professor Nalepa and Subjection

Monday April 23 from 7pm – 9pm, Dubspot will be hosting a two hour live streaming workshop on Ableton Live, Logic Pro, and Native Instruments’ MASSIVE music production packages. The event will be hosted by Ableton Course Designer Professor Nalepa and 12 year old beat prodigy, Subjection (Frankie Eder). Professor Nalepa will start the event with tips and tricks for workflow in Ableton live and highlight his structured approach to teaching the platform. Next Frankie will host demonstration of using Logic to build a track from scratch, designing all the sounds using Massive. Frankie will also perform a live set, similar to the one he recently rocked at LA’s Low End Theory (see video below.) This event is free and open to the public. If you are in NY and would like to attend please head to our Facebook event page to RSVP. For those of you online, we will be broadcasting this workshop at 7PM (EST) on 4/23 directly from this blog page.

Frankie “aka Subjection” Eder launched his career in sound design and composition at the tender age of 10 inspired by artists like Eskmo, Bass Nectar and the Glitch Mob.  Awed by their organic sounds, he was inspired to create his own signature, mind-blowing bass beats.  His first nasty beats were produced using a free trial download of Fruity Loops.  Two years later, he has been affectionately dubbed “the beat prodigy” and is mastering his craft using Logic, Ableton and Massive under the tutelage and mentorship of Professor Nalepa. His first album, Hypernova, was released in 2011 on iTunes, and Frankie was the youngest artist ever to perform live at Low-end theory (Los Angeles), February 2011.  He has also taught a live workshop (Production 101) with Professor Nalepa and Thavius Beck on behalf of Dubspot.

Professor Steve Nalepa is an LA-based producer, professor, Dubspot Instructor and Ableton expert who has been teaching Live for over seven years. He’s produced tracks and collaborated with everyone from legends like Bill Laswell and Pharoah Sanders to rising electronic music artists Nosaj Thing and The Glitch Mob. He designed Dubspot’s online Ableton Live curriculum and is currently producing a weekly series of Ableton tutorial videos for our blog.

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