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Live Vocal Looping workshop with Larry T Hill

Live Vocal Looping workshop with Larry T Hill

| On 09, Aug 2018

Bikalpa Art Center is happy is host Larry T Hill and organize a workshop about live looping. This workshop will not just teach abut also lead to a final performance on Friday, 17th August 2018. Live Looping uses a piece of equipment (or an app) to record layers of sound which repeat and allow one person to create the aural effect of a band, live and on the spot.

In this in-depth workshop Larry starts from the fundamentals of looping and making sounds right through to composition and live performance. Over three afternoons at BAC we’ll also cover which gear is right for you and show you how to get started just like he did – with an app.

Workshop details

Workshop Dates 14, 15 & 16th August 2018

Day 1 :
Vocal warm ups
Looping fundamentals
Using a looping app
Types of looping equipment
Choosing the right gear
Break out into groups

Day 2 :
Looping jam in groups
Composing with loops
Group compositions
Playing back recordings and group feedback.

Day 3:
Warm up loop jam
How to setup the stage for looping

Fee: NPR 3500

Requirements:

  • A voice or ability to make sounds
  • An interest in music/sound/words &/or rhythm
  • That’s it (But bring some headphones/earphones and a splitter if you have)

Additionally (useful if you have)

  • A smartphone or tablet
  • Android: Looper / iOS: Loopy HD or Everyday Looper apps installed.
  • Any kind of looping pedal / ableton / controllers and music software
  • bring your instruments/mics for day 2 and 3

There will be two speaker systems, an iPad with looping apps and a mic interface. Boss RC 505 5 channel vocal/instrument looper and Ableton Push 2 with Live 10.

We will do alot of group work and can go at the speed of different groups if needed.

About Larry T Hill

Larry has been striking strangers with his brand of hilarious hip hop since 2012 – when he abandoned the drum kit and began uploading music onto Soundcloud using an alias. Then, armed with only his voice and a looping pedal, he ventured onto a festival stage in the Australian desert where he crafted cheeky musical tales that would make you swear Steve Irwin and Bobby McFerrin had a love child.

After supporting monster acts like Mark Ronson, Hiatus Kaiyote and Tom Thum, and touring South East Asia, Sri Lanka and Australia, he is now gearing up to unleash his new record: Diasperado.

Interested may fill up the form below and submit!