In a nutshell, it is a production technique that uses either a Digital audio workstation (DAW) or a dedicated device like those pictured. The Beatles experimented with it on Tomorrow Never Knows – as the technology has advanced, it’s become a ubiquitous technique in modern production across many genres.
All types of musicians, of any ability can get involved be they a singer or a trombonist, a guitarist or an aspiring producer. For the workshops, we encourage students to bring their own instruments however a limited number will be available.
All students will also have the opportunity to take part in a day-long workshop and performance at Bournemouth & Poole College in 2022, as part of SoundStorm’s exciting new Creative Music Hub venture, which launches this autumn.
An understanding of and ability to loop on all types of loop stations; an understanding of compositional technique; ability to loop soundscapes, rhythmic/song ideas. A contemporary and exciting perspective on composition and improvisation; the ability, knowledge, and confidence to use a game-changing musical tool and knowledge on affordable loopers and how to take forward their interest.
Workshop options: the session costs £150 (deductible from your 21/22 budget)
Masterclass Session: Ten aspiring music students of all abilities and instruments. (1hr minimum)
Class Workshop: Whole class session KS2 – KS4. With all students participating on and off Loop stations. (1hr)
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