AES Los Angeles 2014
Tutorial T17

Saturday, October 11, 11:15 am — 1:15 pm (Room 409 AB)


T17 - Contemporary Approaches to Programming Drums

Justin Paterson, London College of Music, University of West London - London, UK

Drum programming has often faced boundaries in terms of how effectively it could address the complexities of certain genres. This tutorial will explore and push some of these boundaries as implemented in contemporary professional practice, showing contrasting techniques used in the creation of both human emulation and the unashamedly synthetic, across genres from Swing to Glitch. The session will include numerous live demonstrations covering a range of approaches using different DAWs and bespoke software using multi-touch techniques. Although introducing all key concepts from scratch, its range and hybridization should provide inspiration even for experienced practitioners.

AES Technical Council This session is presented in association with the AES Technical Committee on Recording Technology and Practices

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