Connect 2022: EDI Summit Connect 2022: EDI Summit

Saturday, June 4, 2022

- EDT
Panel Discussion: A Conversation with Electronic Music Performers, Moderated by Claire Lim
Claire Marie Lim
Claire Marie Lim
Berklee College of Music, Assistant Professor
Daedelus
Daedelus
Berklee College of Music
Rishabh Rajan
Rishabh Rajan
Berklee College of Music, Assistant Professor

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.

- EDT
Panel Discussion: A Discussion with Berklee’s EDI Program Directors and Faculty
Daedelus
Daedelus
Berklee College of Music
Claire Marie Lim
Claire Marie Lim
Berklee College of Music, Assistant Professor
Rishabh Rajan
Rishabh Rajan
Berklee College of Music, Assistant Professor

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.

- EDT
Demo Presentation: Gesture Control with Mi.Mu Gloves with Rishabh Rajan
Rishabh Rajan
Rishabh Rajan
Berklee College of Music, Assistant Professor

In this session, Rishabh Rajan will demonstrate how the MiMu Gloves is used in live electronic performance. Paired with Ableton Live, the MiMu gloves works as a wireless gestural controller that can be used to remote control effects parameters, trigger chords, perform arpeggiations of predefined chords and even trigger live drums in Ableton Live. Rishabh will demonstrate how he uses the gloves alongside traditional controllers  with faders and pads for a unique hybrid approach to live performance techniques.