RAMP refreshes programme with new courses from Ireen Amnes, Om Unit and Kangding Ray

Roly Porter and Cocktail Party Effect will also lead courses this summer.

RAMP is a community-focused music academy based in Berlin. The team behind RAMP aim to provide accessible and practical music mentoring and tuition from a slew of artists and industry professionals. Specialist areas include music production, performance, creative sound and more. Courses are delivered online or in a classroom at RAMP’s Berlin HQ.

For its next teaching term, RAMP has lined up new courses led by artists like Om Unit and Ireen Amnes – who return to the school following involvement in previous courses – as well as Kangding Ray, Roly Porter, Cocktail Party Effect and Adam Winchester.

From 12 May, Amnes will teach a six-week Ableton-focused course for women and non-binary people. Om Unit’s class will also be focused on Ableton and sonic development, with the UK producer sharing some of the key ideas and processes he’s acquired over his lengthy career. His course commences on 16 June.

Other new additions include Winchester’s modular synthesis and sound design tools class. Participants will get to know modular in greater detail and build their own synths. Winchester’s class starts on 1 June.

Appleblim and Kamikaze Space Programme are among the artists helming current RAMP courses; coaching and mentoring students in experimental practice in Ableton and in-depth mixing respectively.

Visit Ramp’s website for further details and the full list of upcoming courses.