Festival Spectaculare presents workshops led by artists from this year’s edition.
Entry is FREE, please register at e-mail address: email@example.com.
Workshops will be held in English language.
➡️ 20. 2. od 18:00, Futurum Music Bar: Gordon Gieseking – Album Release: Physical and digital distribution
Gordon Gieseking is a founder of Berlin based electronic music label Project: Mooncircle. He is lecturing at University of the Arts – UDK, Goethe UniversityFrankfurt am Main, University of Economics in Prague, Goethe-Institut, and Humboldt University in Berlin. He was speaking at Czech Centrum Berlin, Rotterdam’s BUMA Music Conference 2014, Tampere’s Lost In Music / Music Finland 2015, as well as for the European Music Conference in Warsaw 2012, he endeavours to share his experiences and help others to thrive within the industry. In his talk he will present his experience with album distribution – both digital and physical.
➡️ 19. 3. od 18:00, CAMP: Simon Scott – Field recordings
Field recordings are becoming a ubiquitous feature of contemporary music, particularly in electronic and experimental music. Therefore the workshop will prominently feature the processing of field recordings in Simon Scott’s Eurorack modular synthesiser system. The manipulation of found sounds and how to compositionally sculpt sounds into a musical palette will be discussed and demonstrated.
➡️ 20. 3. od 18:00, CAMP: Rafael Anton Irisarri – Ableton Masterclass: Mastering
Rafael Anton Irisarri is an American composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and media artist based in Seattle, Washington. He is predominantly associated with post-minimalist, drone and electronic music, exploring textural aesthetics for over half a decade. In his talk he will discuss mastering techniques in Ableton.
➡️ 21. 3. od 18:00, Divadlo Archa: Matthew Halsall – Jazz Label Strategy
Gondwana Records founder, Matthew Halsall, discusses running a jazz label in the 21st century. Topics will include what makes a Gondwana artist and promotion and marketing in the digital age.