Jean-Paul Grobben has been producing electronic music for over 15 years, performing live in both solo and band settings, and has used Live since 2009. Together with Serge Dusault, he wrote three trip hop albums under the name Sed Project.
- Amsterdam Netherlands
After receiving his Bachelor's degree in music production, Jean-Paul became a teacher at Pyntago in Amsterdam, where he gave full music production courses to many Dutch and international students over the course of seven years. He’s also been a teacher at schools such as Rijn IJssel in Arnhem and Deltion College in Zwolle, covering subjects such as Live, Push, Max for Live, music theory, sound synthesis, sound design, and mixing and mastering.
He still regularly gives masterclasses and presentations about Live and other music related subjects at events such as Amsterdam Dance Event and Dancefair, and at many schools around the Netherlands.
More recently Jean-Paul, who also has a professional background in theater technology, has been spending more time working at Showsync, a startup that specializes in developing Ableton Live extensions to control video and lighting.
Jean-Paul also runs SoundSuite, a company under which he creates YouTube tutorials, offers mixing and mastering services, gives private lessons and releases free Live and Max for Live devices.
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