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This class is meant to give each participant a decent introduction to Ableton Live. Class takes place in the main room at Noisebridge. This is a 101 class, so no previous experience is necessary. Intended audience is anyone interested in using their computer for making music. You are also welcome to use our Ableton computer, NAW, at any time! It includes an extensive catalog of audio and visual tools, including donated, fully licensed copies of Bitwig Studio and Max/MSP! Be excellent to each other in sharing the machine. :) -Link- https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Naw Bring your own computer with Ableton Live installed, or download the 30-day trial copy at: https://www.ableton.com/en/trial/ If you are interested in receiving a Non-profit discount for Ableton Live as part of the class, we will be happy to assist you! Discussion is encouraged @ https://llllllll.co/t/noisebridge-naw/13891 or you can also email our general Discussion Mailing List. https://lists.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/noisebridge-discuss Class is always free to attend, but donation greatly appreciated to improve tools and equipment we have available for you every day at Noisebridge. You can donate at: https://donate.noisebridge.net/projects/gnar We are looking for instructors + anyone who would like to help teach. So come to the class and talk to us about it. About Kris - Kris Grant is a music producer, mixing engineer, and Ableton Live instructor in San Francisco. Kris teaches creative composition with Ableton Live at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and has been producing music for nearly 15 years. He has released multiple EPs under the moniker Idea Unsound and has most recently co-founded a musical startup called Seeq Audio. Links: Kris's music & more info - www.iamiu.io Seeq Audio - www.seeqaudio.com
• What we'll do Let's meet for 90 minutes, from 4pm - 5:30pm, to share our instruments, music, audio and video projects! Software, Hardware, and Snacks welcome! Things tend to devolve into a jam fest until around 7pm... Bring a snack item to share and feel free to donate $ to Noisebridge. • What to bring Project, Food to share, effect pedals. Be sure to bring along any power adapters or audio cables you might need. Sweet Bonus: If you have some sort of effect unit, people will often try connecting it to their project! Last meetup we messed with delay, loopers, Tri-band distortion, overdrive effects, and more! • Important to know The more projects, the better. We have some guitar amps, power outlets and speakers around the space, but always best to remember your own cables and technical needs, including batteries, etc.
PyClass is an introductory Python course run by the Noisebridge community! Message the organizer to ask what this week's class will be on. Wiki Entry (https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Pyclass) Lessons (https://github.com/jgarst/PythonClass/tree/master/course)
Unityversity.com (http://unityversity.com): Learn to make Unity games, music and art in free beginner-friendly class meetups and Twitch streams with tutorials (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/tutorials) and projects (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/projects). WHEN: 6-11PM PST Tuesdays WHERE: Noisebridge Hackerspace, 2169 Mission St. San Francisco, CA (https://noisebridge.net) Learn more about the Tuesday classes: • Songbridge (https://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/songbridge): 6-7PM music/audio production in Ableton, Logic, Audacity • Artbridge (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/artbridge): 7-8PM 2D/3D art in Photoshop/Sketchup/Maya/Substance • Gamebridge (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/tuesdays): 8-11PM Unity game development in C# + design/story/art/audio • Noisebridge Hackerspace Meeting (https://noisebridge.net/meeting): 8-8:30 meet members & participate • Twitch.tv/primerist (https://twitch.tv/primerist): Stream live and watch recordings. • Bring: a laptop, Unity (http://www.unity3d.com/), game, art and music tools (http://gamebridgeu.wordpress.com/resources). .