Black Artist Database partners with Ableton to offer up to 1,200 black artists free music production master class.
Black Artist Database, a crowdfunding platform dedicated to supporting black artists, labels and music producers, previously offered free courses in partnership with the popular digital audio workstation company in October 2021.
The volunteer-powered organization has grown to provide rapid coverage across four continents. Formerly known as Black Bandcamp, Black Artist Database existed only as a spreadsheet in its earliest form, but has since grown to centralize the work of thousands of music industry professionals. black music.
In their upcoming series of artist-led masterclasses, AceMo, Kessler, Suzi Analogue and Zvrra will cover a wide range of music production essentials and techniques. Running from February to May, the program kicks off with a general production seminar from AceMo followed by a session on drum programming and creative production techniques led by Kessler. Analogue will then give a course on the art of remixing before Zvrra conducts one entitled “How to make techno music”.
The calendar of monthly classes is set respectively for February 22, March 15, April 19 and May 3. Each course has 300 places available and you can reserve a place for free by registration before February 14.
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