Recombinant Media Labs Workshops

Friday, March 3rd, 2006 | 11:32 pm and filed in Reason, peff.

Well, I have a bit of interesting news. Today, I was up at the new Recombinant Media Labs in San Francisco’s SOMA district. This is unique performance space with a 16 channel surround sound system along with a 10 projector video system that spans 360° around the entire room. Sorry, I forgot to bring by camera today.

Recombinant Media Labs is starting to develop educational workshops that focus on music software. In conjunction with Cycling 74, they’ve offered a Max/MSP workshop. Tomorrow, they will be holding a two day workshop on Ableton Live 5. The course is being offered by Brian Jackson, author of the Thompson Live 5 CSI CD-Rom.

I’m excited to say that GW Childs and I are planning to present a Reason workshop tentatively scheduled for April. The details have yet to be ironed out. It might be a beginner/intermediate course, or perhaps something a little more intensive. I’ll definitely make it a point to go through some of the new Reason techniques I’ve developed as well as some expanded Power Tools for Reason 3.0 stuff.

As the details unfold, I’ll post up more information. In the meantime, anyone interested in coming, please post up a comment.

3 Responses to “Recombinant Media Labs Workshops”

  1. Marco Raaphorst Says:

    That’s real nice! Congrads!

  2. lagowski Says:

    Wish I could be there! Gambatte kudasai!

  3. JaYmE Says:

    Wish I could be there! See you in the UK one day, maybe…

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