Black Artist Database has partnered with Ableton to run free music production masterclasses for Black artists.
These masterclasses can be accessed by signing up and is running on various dates between February 22 and May 3.
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The first class will be taught by AceMo and will be all about production, this will be taking place on February 22.
After that attendees can experience a Drum Programming & Creative Production Techniques lesson taught by Kessler in Ableton Live 11 on March 15.
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Suzi Analogue hosts a lesson on The Art of the Remix/Flipping Tracks on April 19.
The final session, How To Make Techno Music, will be held on May 3 by Zvrra.
B.A.D. x @Ableton Masterclasses are back! We will be hosting a series of online music production masterclasses with our next set being taught by AceMo, Kessler, Suzi Analogue and Zvrra.— Black Artist Database (B.A.D) (@BlackArtistData) February 8, 2022
300 free spots available to each class. Hit the 🔗 to register: https://t.co/ACOVBWkT9E pic.twitter.com/lFrT4FNOUD
The masterclasses are free to attend if you register before February 14 at 5:PM GMT, however there are only 300 spaces available each session.
Beginners are invited to participate, since no prior expertise with production is necessary; successful registrants will be notified by February 18.
Last year, Black Artists Database was rebranded from Black Bandcamp - an organisation founded after the Black Lives Matter movement. The database now continues to grow, currently amassing over 3,500 Black creatives.
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Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter