Ableton Co-Founder: “We Need a Revolution in Music Education”
Technology must be accessible to the next generation of artists, Gerhard Behles says.
The Untold Story of Ableton Live—the Program That Transformed Electronic Music Performance Forever
In their first joint interview, co-founders Gerhard Behles and Robert Henke look back at Ableton’s roots in Berlin’s 90s techno scene and its impact on electronic music.
Introducing: The Ping Pong-Powered Drum Machine
Design students add a lil bounce to a reimagined instrument.
Marc Houle Has No Interest in Your Airport Selfies
“Being a musician is 10 percent making music and 90 percent publicity bullshit.”
Electronic Music Pioneer Robert Henke Brings The Laser Light Show Into The New Millennium
We talk to the German artist about his complex geometries and fantastic light displays.
Berlin Art Link
Step Inside The HyperCube
This traveling mega light installation promises to transport you into a futuristic dimension.
Four Ubiquitous Instruments Every Band Insists on Using
Customized London Taxi Cab Converts Street Noise Into Electronic Music
<p>Sound art project <i>The Sound Taxi</i> from Yuri Suzuki turns traffic noise into a party.</p>
Preshish Moments, Instrument Builder For Tyondai Braxton And Dan Deacon, Opens Up His Mysterious "Box"
<p>Michael Carter is a musician and programmer who builds soundmaking hardware and software for some pretty influential minds.</p>
Sufi Plugins Infuse Ableton Live With The Sounds Of North Africa
<p>DJ /rupture unveils his line of Berber-inspired virtual instruments.</p>