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Vancouver Producers Forum @ Sequential Circus presents Moldover

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The Producer’s Forum and Sequential Circus join forces once again, as we welcome MOLDOVER to Vancouver for the very first time. This daytime workshop will offer deep insight into the mind and methods of one of the most innovative live electronic musicians of our time. In the evening, you can catch Moldover performing LIVE at Sequential Circus 15.

TICKETS

Pre-sales (cutoff July 25, 12pm): $20 via PayPal to producersforum@sequentialcircus.ca. You will receive a personal confirmation email shortly after and your name will be on a list at the door.
Door sales: $25.

DOORS
1:45pm, talks begin at 2pm sharp!

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SOUND CONTROL with MOLDOVER

Welcome to Moldover’s immersive music-creation training session, aka SOUND CONTROL. Drawing on over 10 years of experience as a full-time artist, Moldover offers you a comprehensive breakdown of the technical and creative systems that have helped him build and sustain an inspired and musical life. The practical tools and skills he demonstrates are expertly designed to ignite your enthusiasm, advance your workflow, and maximize your productivity with Ableton Live.

OUTLINE

  • Moldover welcomes you to Sound Control
  • Learning “how to learn” and make the most of opportunity
  • Writing, producing, and playing: unified with Ableton Live
  • Creative time management strategies
  • Live song creation demonstration
  • Money vs. Art – balancing big dreams with realistic goals
    to create gigs in the music business
  • Q & A, feedback

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Included content for guests of the workshop:

Moldover’s collection of “smart knob” Ableton Racks
Digital Super-Deluxe Edition of Moldover’s album with over an hour of video
and 500MB of original samples
An up-to-date version of Moldover’s original Ableton controllerism/DJ template

Participants should arrive with basic Ableton Live experience, and a strong interest in creating electronic music. This workshop focuses on real-time musical demonstrations of universally applicable concepts. Anyone from a complete beginner to a professional producer can learn plenty from Moldover’s collected experience. Participants are encouraged to take notes and ask questions during the workshop, applying the methods to their own music in their own studios as soon as possible.

BIO

Known worldwide as “The Godfather of Controllerism”, Moldover is a new breed of music icon. Combining the charisma of a rock star, the mad genius of a basement inventor, and the radical inclusiveness of the DIY internet generation, Moldover is “a paradigm shift in live electronic stage acts” (New City Music). Witness his balls-to-the-wall live show at a club, experience one of his interactive jamboxes at a festival, or pick up and play the “Light-Theremin” packaging of his debut album and understand the new musical archetype that is Moldover.

MOLDOVER takes you deep inside his arsenal of DIY MIDI controllers – and his totally unique Ableton Live 9 performance setup – to show you his unique vision of the present and future of technology and music!

www.moldover.com

- the Vancouver Producers Forum and Sequential Circus team.

Nighttime Event:
www.facebook.com/events/1422553544675766/

Sequential Circus:
www.sequentialcircus.ca
Producers Forum:
http://producersforum.ca/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/vancouverproducersforum/

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