Spearheading the rejuvenation of Manchester’s music scene in the post-pandemic climate, Ducie Street Warehouse will be hosting a series of interactive sessions with world-renowned music software provider Ableton’s Manchester User Group.
Starting from Friday 17th June, Ducie Street Warehouse will host Ableton User Group Sessions run by Ableton certified trainers. A favourite amongst the best hip-hop and electronic producers, Ableton is an advanced music production application that optimises musical potential.
Ableton’s Manchester User Group’s collaboration with Ducie Street Warehouse witnesses a joint effort from both parties to reignite Manchester’s iconic music scene and invest in the rich pool of talent that continues to emerge across the city.
Talent of all abilities are welcome to join these free sessions. Held from Friday 17th June to Friday 17th December, from 7pm to 9pm at each session, Ableton Certified Trainers will teach budding musicians, experienced creatives, and anyone in-between how to use all elements of Ableton Live.
From using it for live performances, to using internal effects, all the way through to project breakdowns and more, the sessions offer an extraordinary and tailored musical experience. The sessions include monthly socials encouraging the city’s creators to connect with each other, collaborate and meet like-minded producers and performers.
The Ableton User Group Sessions
Dates: 17th June, 26th August, 28th October, 16th December,
Time: From 7pm to 9pm
Venue: Ducie Street Warehouse