As live performance in electronic music develops with synths, sequencers and software all expanding to support ever-more complex setups, artists like Brodanse are bringing their studio into the booth. While two-decks and a mixer approach isn’t disappearing any time soon, the approach of performing with additional equipment in the booth can lead to new unique and exciting sets.
We invited Brodanse – who’ve already worked with giants like Groove Armada and Cari Golden, started their own label and have a set lined up in London’s legendary Fabric on August 30th – into the Point Blank studios to tell us more about how their live setup works and to give us a sneak peek at their new set. Watch the video and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more masterclasses and course previews. If you want to learn more about Ableton Live and using it in your sets, find out more about our Ableton courses here.