The three-day summit will be taking place at Berlin’s Funkhaus
Ableton Loop have just announced the first wave of names for their three-day summit, taking place on 10-12 November. Those who’ve been added to the programme include footwork innovator Jlin, NY collective Discwoman, Machinedrum, experimental composer William Basinski, The Nile Project, Susan Rodgers and tech trailblazers Teenage Engineering.
The aim of the summit is to bring together a collective of thinkers, technologists and artists. Through a programme of performances, presentations and art installations, they’ll explore the role of music and what it can be.
You can register for tickets here.