Ableton's LOOP summit has announced the first names for its yearly creative gathering, this time taking place in LA over Berlin. Having impressed in 2017, Ableton decided to move the summit to the West Coast, and the first wave of names invovled have now been confirmed.
Ableton's LOOP summit has opened its registration for those wishing to attend the 2018 edition. Having taken place in Berlin since its inception in 2015, the German DAW dudes announced earlier this year they are bringing the event to LA. Featuring talks, workshops, panels and demos, LOOP is an opportunity to meet other Ableton heads, hear from those using the software in innovative ways and try out the latest kit pushing music-making forward.
Ableton are moving their popular summit Loop to LA for 2018. Taking place from 9th November to 11th November, the event - previously taking place in Berlin’s Funkhaus - will now happen in Los Angeles, where Ableton have a budding community of passionate users. LA’s Ableton groups were highlighted in a short video a few years back so it makes sense they’ve shifted their focus to the West Coast.
There are no speakers or events announced as yet, but we’ll update you with the programme once it’s announced.
It’s no secret that Top 100 DJs winner Martin Garrix loves to collaborate with other artists — and with that in mind, Garrix recently shared a snap of himself and David Guetta in the studio together leading many to wonder whether a new collaboration on the cards?
It’s obviously way too early to say whether a new track between the two EDM giants is incoming but it’s not the first time the pair have worked on a track together.
During a visit to Los Angeles, Amsterdam's Nightlife Mayor Mirik Milan declared he wants to help revolutionise LA's nightlife economy by persuading authorities to relax drinking rules and help them to have a more tolerant approach to handling electronic music events.
There is something pretty special about partying on a rooftop. Enjoying music and partying with friends while suspended above a city creates a sense of space that is exciting and inspiring, in equal measure. But where are the best sky-high places to party? Join us as we uncover the world’s best rooftop clubs...
Martin Garrix played a set at Coachella over the weekend and stayed in an impressive mansion worthy of his mega-star status.
Garrix shared a snap of himself lounging in the pool after his set on Saturday, with his La Quinta Airbnb reportedly worth a whopping $5 million and sprawling over 3,888 square feet.
Reloop have released a new mixer — the RMX–90 DVS — just in time for NAMM Music Technology Convention in LA this week.
The new mixer is a four-channel club mixer with integrated 8 in/8 out audio interface, with a strong emphasis placed on clear and powerful sound characteristic, that's achieved via the mixer's fully digital sound architecture and high-resolution 24-bit audio interface. Experienced DJs will be mixing in no time thanks to the intuitive club mixer layout, three band EQ (with classic & isolator modes) and filters on each channel.
NAMM's annual music technology convention is about to kick off over the next few days, running 19th through 22nd January at the Anaheim Convention Center in LA.
Ahead of the hotly anticipated tradeshow, DJ Mag's tech editor has put together our top five products not to miss — get ready for new kit from Denon, Mixars, Akai Professional and more. Swoon!
Dance music was born in nightclubs, and it is in these incredible spaces where it will always live on. But there is something quite special about transporting the energy and excitement of dance music into a totally different space. Here we recap four occasions when dance music crossed into iconic, unusual spaces.
PAUL OAKENFOLD AT THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA