A few times a year we collect a small lineup of pack-leading producers and industry operators to open up their projects and discuss crucial career info for budding producers at an event we call INPUT.
Future Classic label boss, Nathan McLay – the man who signed Flume, Flight Facilities, Jagwar Ma, Touch Sensitive and many more – will be discussing the label perspective of how up & coming producers can approach getting released.
Gotye’s right-hand man, Tim Shiel, will be showing us how they used Ableton Live to construct and perform the live show that toured the world, starting with breaking down the Grammy Award-winningalbum, Making Mirrors. Check out the video below for an in-depth insight into how this album was made in the studio, and it quickly becomes obvious that converting it all into a performable live show would have been quite the task.
Hardware synths and drum machines put through their paces by Sydney techno duo Gardland, and a sneak-peek into their brand new label Hunter Gatherer
Sound Design techniques from Ableton Certified Trainer, Adam Maggs
Max For Live mind-melting with Liveschool’s own Vaughan Allan.
Prizes, Giveaways and Q&A time with all the presenters.
This winter edition of INPUT is being held on the 10th of August at 2pm, at FBi Social in Kings Cross.
Book your tickets for August 10 at Resident Advisor
EDIT: This event has now passed, check out our next INPUT: A Music Producer’s Conference event here.
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