Ableton's Loop Summit is returning to Berlin's Funkhaus for its third edition across November 10 to 12 this year, marking another three day exploration of music, creative practice and technology.
Before the full program is revealed at the end of July, a handful of the names to be found at this year's Summit have been announced to deliver a span of talks, workshops and performances.
Jlin (pictured), Machinedrum and William Basinki all feature among the first wave of artists making appearances.
Further leading electronic music figures confirmed include esteemed audio engineer Susan Rogers, members of the Discwoman collective, and the African music and sustainability coalition The Nile Project.
The day events hosted by the music software company will present opportunities to participate in studio sessions, discussions and hands-on workshops. As the night falls, the summit becomes a space to be inspired by performances from across the globe.
You can find out more about Ableton's Loop Summit and purchase tickets via the Loop Website