Relativity Education with Audeze, Ableton + SubPac announce the next edition of the innovative Electronic Music Sessions educational program.
Los Angeles Center Studios |Los Angeles, CA | March 8th, 2017 | Relativity Education, in conjunction with Audeze, Ableton, and SubPac, is proud to announce the newest iteration of its innovative Ableton-Certified Electronic Music Sessions (EMS) programming, beginning March 23rd, 2017.
The premier music production course offered by Relativity Education is a 12-week Electronic Music Sessions program. Designed by Ableton Certified Trainer, Ryan Origin, this weekly series features lectures and tutorials from Origin as well as our technical artists/instructors– all with the express purpose to increase the quality of your music using Ableton Live.
Relativity Education offers world-class training in a world's-first music education environment featuring ultra high-fidelity Audeze Planar Magnetic Headphones, SubPac Physical Audio Systems, and Ableton Push 2 at every workstation. To ensure access to high fidelity monitoring in-class and at home, every student receives a set of special edition Audeze SINE headphones. “We’re delighted to participate in Electronic Music Sessions and we applaud Ryan Origin and everyone involved in Relativity Education,” said Sankar Thiagasamudram, CEO of Audeze.
This innovative combination of classroom technology, connected via Dante lossless audio distribution, ensures rewarding and dynamic lectures with a focus on individual’s creativity that’s not available anywhere else in the world. EMS also features lessons based on the excellent book “Making Music: 72 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers”, and a copy is provided for free to each student on the first day of class.
Students are additionally provided with exceptional and exclusive discounts on many important products for music production. Note: We will soon release details of special, unreleased audio hardware that will be provided to our first group of students at no additional cost.
Learn more about Electronic Music Sessions and our Ableton Certified Training Center via the links below:
About Relativity Education
Relativity Education offers a variety of film, music, media and performing arts courses. With curricula developed in collaboration with industry insiders, taught by working professionals, and operated from an active film studio lot, our programs provide unparalleled opportunities for the next generation of contenEt producers.
The Relativity Education mission lies at the crossroad of art and commerce. The programs train students to think like entrepreneurs and challenge them to embrace the rapidly changing technological landscape that’s shaping the future of entertainment.
Advancing Headphone Technology Audeze LLC is a California-based high-end audio manufacturer delivering the most accurate sound reproduction available today. Audeze products are engineered with the latest innovations in materials science and technology matched with precision craftsmanship. Audeze’s commitment to research and development is reflected in every facet of its handcrafted-in-the-USA products.
SUBPAC is sound you can FEEL. A revolutionary audio technology company, SUBPAC is bringing the FEELING of music and sound to the world. A new category of audio hardware, our Physical-Sound® technology profoundly enhances the traditional media experience by allowing users to actually FEEL sound throughout their body. SUBPAC is used by DJ's and musicians, gamers, virtual reality developers, film aficionados and pro athletes, all of them looking to add an extra layer of visceral impact and immersion to the art forms that inspire them. Partners include music super producer Timbaland, NBA stars Carmelo Anthony and Kyrie Irving, Google tech legend Andy Rubin alongside many other renowned innovators in culture and technology.
Ableton makes products for musicians, producers, and DJs to create and perform music. These include Live, software that turns the music studio into an instrument; Push, a hardware instrument for playing and composing with Live; and Link, a technology for playing in time together. Ableton was founded in 1999 and released the first version of Live in 2001. Since then, the company has attracted a worldwide community of dedicated users. Ableton’s headquarters are in Berlin, with an additional office in Los Angeles. The company is run by its founders and currently has about 230 employees.