On the program, three workshops and a free-style live improvisation using Link technology.
1.30 PM: Meet MASCHINE JAM with Brian Kullas (LA, Native Instruments)
MASCHINE JAM is the modern digital instrument - the shortest avenue from inspiration to reality. Learn from Lead US Product Specialist Brian Kullas on how to start musical ideas and finish entire tracks from one unified system. Whether you are an existing MASCHINE or KOMPLETE user, or are just getting into music production, this inspirational workshop will offer a complete overview of MASCHINE JAM and its integration into the Native Instruments family.
3 PM: Use MASCHINE STUDIO like Autist (Berlin)
Use MASCHINE STUDIO controller, MASCHINE sequencer, MASCHINE/KOMPLETE sounds/FX and user libraries as an inspirational tool for writing and producing. Autist will share their tips on MASCHINE and personal library browsing, KOMPLETE synths, sound design FX, sampling and pattern arrangements.
4.30 PM: Start DJing on TRAKTOR now with Katie Otro (Berlin/LA)
This intensive hands-on workshop focuses on making you an expert at using TRAKTOR SCRATCH DJ software. You will learn how to use various TRAKTOR set-ups from the external interface Audio 10 to stand alone units such as KONTROL S4 and KONTROL Z1. Learn insider tips and tricks on how to DJ digitally and loop effortlessly.
6 PM: Live improv'
See what happens when several musicians play together for the first time using Link technology... featuring Anna Cavazos on vocals, Autist on MASCHINE STUDIO, Brain Kullas on MASCHINE JAM, Carlos Oblivion on MASCHINE STUDIO, Caroline Campbell on the harp, and Katie Otro on TRAKTOR.
9 PM: Concert night in Fairfax, register on www.eventbrite.com/e/from-berlin-to-la-rainbow-arabia-black-assembly-autist-live-tickets-31951175827
• The event is 16+ and free but space is limited, make sure to book your ticket.
• The Goethe Institut offers $1 parking with validation.
• Check out the full free 3-day event on http://yourmomsagency.com/from-berlin-to-la-second-edition