Martin’s been using and teaching Live since version 1.2 and over the years has taught musicians, producers, DJs, school kids, students, and psychiatric patients. He’s written three books about Live, and writes monthly tutorials and reviews for Music Tech magazine.
- United Kingdom, London
He also designed the Kenton Killamix MIDI controller. Martin records and performs as mindlobster, and has a popular Instagram community called abletonlive.london.
Martin’s home teaching setup in South West London includes synths, drum machines, guitars, basses and amps, as well as a ton of MIDI hardware controllers, iPads, and of course Push.
Martin has a highly evolved understanding of Live at all levels, but particularly enjoys introducing beginners to the excitement of music technology, and, at the other end of the spectrum, helping performers develop their live performance setups.
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