Friday, June 3, 2022
Vocals in EDI Performance: This performative presentation will survey how vocals can be incorporated into live electronic performance setups, and can be used in the execution of live effect processing, audio looping, sample triggering, group vocal settings, and more.
Saturday, June 4, 2022
This performative presentation will explore how musicians can adapt their studio productions for live shows, as a means of facilitating dynamic performance sets that align with their artistry. We will discuss a multitude of considerations like physical setup, virtuosity, solo versus group settings, and improvisation.
It’s not often we get the opportunity to listen to a group of artists and performers discuss their performance practices with EDI’s and electronic music performance. Join Berklee faculty members, Daedelus, Claire Lim (dolltr!ck), and Thavius Beck, with Mark de Clive Lowe and Quantic in a discussion around electronic music performance, their practice and approach. Moderated by Berklee faculty member Rishabh Rajan.
Berklee EDI’s chair Michael Bierylo, assistant chair Michele Darling, and faculty members, Daedelus, Claire Lim, and Rishabh Rajanwill meet for a panel discussion on their experience in building the EDI principal instrument program at Berklee College, one of the first programs of its kind at a music school within the United States. Topics will include audition requirements, proficiency levels and exams, teaching private lessons, labs and ensembles, and how the program has grown over the past two years. The session will end in Q&A.
Sunday, June 5, 2022
Artist, performer and Berklee faculty member and Ableton Certified Trainer Claire Lim will share some strategies on using the Push 2 as a performance controller. The Ableton Push 2 is a DAW controller for Ableton Live that is also usable as a hardware instrument. With the 64 touch sensitive pads you can play musical notes, chords, drums and drum loops. Claire will be sharing her vast knowledge of performing with Ableton and Push 2. Please come with questions.
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