For the third consecutive year, the summit will bring guests and esteemed musicians together at the revered Funkhaus Recording studio.
After the success of last year’s event, which featured the likes of Lee Scratch Perry, Moritz von Oswald and Suzanne Ciani, Ableton returns to Berlin’s Funkhaus Recording Studio, 10th–12th November, for Loop.
The summit for music makers brings musicians to the historic former East German recording space to exchange ideas with guests on the topics of music, technology and creative practice. This is in addition to hands on interactive workshops for aspiring artists to have a direct link to industry experts, as well as performances and studio sessions.
The full programme and list of participants will be announced in July but you can register online for tickets now (including student tickets and a subsidised ticket). Head to the Loop website to find out more.
Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry on stage for the closing performance of Loop 2016
Jesse Terry and Jazzy Jeff in discussion.
Guest trying out the ‘Jam Room’.
Deantoni Parks in performance.