ADE SOUND LAB ADDS RICHIE HAWTIN, DANIEL MILLER, MATADOR AND MORE
New names added to the ADE Sound Lab Programme including Richie Hawtin and Daniel Miller
The Amsterdam Dance Event announces new names for ADE Sound Lab. In addition to names already confirmed, including Dave Smith, Jameszoo, Octave One and Francesco Tristano, ADE Sound Lab today reveals that Richie Hawtin, Daniel Miller, Mark Verbos and Matador will also be taking part in ADE’s unique artist/fan forum ADE MusicTalks.
ADE Sound Lab is a free, multi-day program covering everything about sound, where sound synthesis, audiovisual art and innovative ways to produce sound are shared, demonstrated, discussed and developed.
The program includes artist and engineer talks, audiovisual art installations and live performances, DIY workshops, and top of the line gear.
Hawtin will be discussing the philosophy behind and development of his new PLAYdifferently mixer, which is the result of a partnership with British product designer Andy Rigby-Jones, who worked on Allen & Heath’s Xone mixer series for well over a decade.
Hawtin will demonstrate the MODEL1 PD in a technical masterclass, while in a seperate session Dublin based producer, engineer and DJ Gavin Lynch, better known as Matador, will focus on how to use the MODEL 1 PD as a studio performer and a live performer.
There will also be a keynote featuring the multi-talented and pioneering musician and instrument designer Mark Verbos, Verbos has worked as an electronic musician, recording engineer/producer and synthesiser tech/designer since the early 1990s.
As an electronic musician, he has released countless recordings and performed around the world, with his live performances well known for being entirely improvised using analog gear. His own synthesiser brand, Verbos Electronics, is renowned for its aesthetics and musical interfaces.
Daniel Miller, founder of Mute Records, musician, producer is a noted collector of vintage electronic instruments, whose collection includes the vocoder used by Kraftwerk on the group’s early tracks. The focus of his session will be a Modular Basics course.
He’ll bring a small modular set-up and show what he can do with it, plus he’ll be talking about his latest sonic adventures and the role of analog synthesis in his long and varied career. Miller will also be taking questions from the audience.
ADE Sound Lab takes place on ADE’s Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Oct. 20/21/22). More speakers, dates, time and venues will be announced shortly.
If you’re planning on visiting ADE Sound Lab make sure to grab the annual ADE Card for just 10â¬, which allows you to access to all ADE MusicTalks and live performances.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s largest club-based festival and conference for electronic music, will take place this year from the 19th to 23rd of October. Over 2000 artists will perform at the event including:
Adam Beyer (SE), Agoria (FR), Art Department (CA), Axwell Î Ingrosso (SE), Blind Observatory (DE), Craig David (GB), Daniel Avery (GB), Dave Clarke (GB), Derrick May (US), Dixon (DE), DVS1 (US), Ellen Allien (DE), Etapp Kyle (UA), Fedde Le Grand (NL), Gerd Janson (DE), Hardwell (NL), Hot Since 82 (GB), Jackmaster (GB), Jamie Jones (GB), Jeff Mills (US), Jennifer Cardini (FR), Jessy Lanza (GB), Joris Voorn (NL), Karenn (GB), Karotte (DE), KiNK (BG), KÃ¶lsch (DK), Laurent Garnier (FR), Levon Vincent (US), Loco Dice (DE), Louisahhh (US), Martin Garrix (NL), Maceo Plex (US), Margaret Dygas (GB), Mathew Jonson (CA), Michael Mayer (DE), Maya Jane Coles (GB), Miss Kittin (FR)Monika Kruse (DE), Nicole Moudaber (GB), Octave One (US), Palms Trax (DE), Raresh (RO), Rhadoo (RO), Ricardo Villalobos (CL), Rebekah (GB), Recondite (DE), Richie Hawtin (CA), Robert Hood (US), Roman FlÃ¼gel (DE), Route 94 (GB), RÃFÃS (AU), Sandrien (NL), Secret Cinema (NL), Skepta (GB), Slam (GB), Seth Troxler (US), Shanti Celeste (CL), Speedy J (NL),SUUNS (CA), Sven VÃ¤th (DE), Tale of Us (IT), The Martinez Brothers (US), and TiÃ«sto (NL).
For a complete overview and to book tickets: www.a-d-e.nl/artists/
ADE SLEEP/OVER at NDSM
This year ADE introduces ADE SLEEP/OVER, a pop-up campsite located on the impressive post-industrial site of the NDSM Shipyard, only 15 minutes away from the city’s Central Station. A brand new addition to complement the 24/7 ADE experience, the spacious campsite offers over four hundred comfortable, heated, sleeping accommodations with jaw-dropping views over the city of Amsterdam.
Besides a unique stay and meeting point, ADE SLEEP/OVER and the industrial backdrop of the NDSM Shipyard will play host to it’s very own program, including music events, artist talks and contemporary art installations.
For more info visit www.adesleepover.com
The Amsterdam Dance Event takes place from the 19th to 23rd of October, 2016.