Introduction to Electronic Music Production – May 15th and May 22nd

Date: 2 Wednesdays, May 15 and May 22nd

Time: 6:30pm – 9pm

Location: WAM Oakland, 1900 Fruitvale Ave Suite #3A, Oakland, CA 94601

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Join Women’s Audio Mission for Introduction to Electronic Music Production in which we’ll cover the basics of how to navigate and use Ableton Live including:

Understanding the Session/Arrangement views

How to use clips

Adding effects

Editing

Recording

We’ll dedicate time to understanding how to use MIDI within Ableton, and end with a run through of how to build a song in Ableton, which we’ll do in real-time together with tips on music production, beat production, choosing sounds that blend well together, synth and drum layering.

This class is open to anyone who is woman-identified (transgender or cisgender), non-binary or gender non-conforming.

About the Instructor: Angelo Duncan

Originally from rural Vermont, Angelo has found a home in the music and arts community in the Bay Area. Angelo is a recording artist, songwriter, and performer. Angelo has also worked at Women’s Audio Mission for 6 years and before that as a marketing professional and copywriter for various nonprofit organizations such as Women Impacting Public Policy and Aorta Magazine. Angelo is now a Development and Communications Associate and instructor in electronic music production at WAM.