Aryaman Agarwal is a music producer and educator from New Delhi, India.He is primarily an electronic musician and began producing his own music using Live in 2012. After discovering the intricacies of the software, he started experimenting with different techniques of synthesis and sound design to create different genres of music.
David Najera has been involved in the music world as a Dj and Music Producer for over 10 years. He began using Ableton Live in 2006, and started teaching music production in different environments around the same time.
DJ, label and event manager and music composer, Flore started using computers for making music in the late 90s and has been a professional musician for fifteen years. She's also an experienced teacher of Live and Push, at Formation Jarring Effects in Lyon, France.
Harry Bum Tschak is a drummer and producer with a passion for anything that grooves. He started playing drums before the age of ten and hasn't stopped since - not even at the dinner table. He studied drums in Düsseldorf (Drummer's Institute), New York (Drummer's Collective) and Hamburg (Kontaktstudiengang Popularmusik).
Ilan is a professional DJ since 2000 and has been performing in major clubs in Brazil (Warung, D-Edge, Lique, Red Vibe Concept to name a few). He started producing electronic music in 2002 (since 2005 in Ableton Live) after doing a course at Point-Blank in London.
Joseph Petersen, aka Joey Paranoia, is a producer, DJ, and Ableton specialist with over ten years of experience playing in clubs and on the radio. He first started using Ableton Live in 2005, and has been an Ableton Certified Trainer since 2009.
Junior Antonini started his career in 1991 as a DJ and is today also a music producer, sound designer, audio consultant, sound engineer and teacher. He is interested in the interaction of software and hardware, and driven by the transformational power of music.
Laurent Bonnet has been a saxophonist with several jazz and world music artists, both in France and internationally for over fifteen years. His interest in production and mixing led him to discover Live in 2004, and he soon started using it on stage and in the studio for various projects, ranging from jazz to electro.
Maarten Smit started out as a hip-hop DJ in 2004. After producing beats with his MPC, he discovered the possibilities of Ableton Live in 2006. Live's intuitive way of creating beats, loops and ideas on the fly was a perfect match for his way of producing and DJing.
Microfusa is Spain's number one training provider in the fields of audio technology, electronic music production and DJing. Since they started, in 1987, thousands of students have been trained at their premium-quality facilities in Madrid and Barcelona, which include up to fourteen fully equipped recording studios and post-production suites.
Puneesh Suri started his career as a musician in 2005. In 2010, he moved to New York and spent three years enhancing his skills as a music producer and live performer. Currently, he produces experimental electronic music and performs live using guitars, an array of analog synthesizers and Ableton Live.
Raúl Garza is a producer, composer, electronic artist, percussionist and educator from Monterrey, México. His interest in learning and discovering new tools, sounds and music has led him to work in different areas, such as audio post-production, sound design, audiovisual art installations and education. He began his musical education at the age of six and in 2004 started using Live for composition, production and as a performance tool.
Richard, a.k.a. DiiSiiMO (pronounced dee-see-mo), is a sample-based performer, remixer, producer, teacher, and DJ. Richard started off as a DJ back in 1995, when he used to play at neighbourhood house parties. He took his multi-genre musical passion to the media in 1999 and anchored several radio and television shows...
Sergio started playing with all kinds of instruments and circuits at a young age and today, as a sound engineer, computer scientist, musician and producer, he remains deeply focused on the creative processes of sound. In addition to his developments in acoustics, sound design is his passion - not only...
With three Ableton Certified Trainers on its faculty and over 35 years of collective teaching experience, Slam Academy has quickly become the premiere destination for learning Ableton Live in the Midwest.
Vitor is a music producer, electronic musician, sound designer, consultant and educator.He started to produce electronic music in 1999 in genres such as drum and bass, house, techno and breakbeat. Vitor has produced tracks for radio, television and several hip hop artists. Vitor has worked with Ableton Live since 2004, became a specialist and has been teaching electronic music production since 2006, training more than 800 students in his on-site courses. 2b1af7f3a8