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Ableton Live workshops and Max for Live, IRCAM Forum Paris

IRCAM Forum and Ableton are proud to announce a day of free Ableton workshops, including the French premiere of Max for Live. The day's events will include a general overview, special Ableton Live case studies and a performance by Ableton product specialist Christian Kleine. Also featured will be the French premiere of Max for Live, IRCAMAX preview (Max for Live patch bundle) and gesture pickup and motion capture with Live 8 by Cyrille Brissot, Jean Lochard, Frederic Bevilacqua and Frederic Rousseau (IRCAM). There will also be a question-and-answer session.

Wednesday, November 18, 10:00 AM-4:00 PM

Petite Salle Centre Pompidou (seats 150)

Cost: Free

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About Christian Kleine

Christian Kleine has been an Ableton Product Specialist since 2001. He is also a producer and performer whose musical background includes classical trumpet, electric bass, drums and guitars. His influences and interests include new wave, no wave, post-punk, house, hip-hop, Detroit techno, drum n' bass, musique concrète, and more. Christian's work has been released from Morr Music and City Centre Offices, and he has performed around the world. For more information, visit and

About Ircam

IRCAM, the Institute for Research and Coordination Acoustic/Music, is one of the world's largest public research centers dedicated to both musical expression and scientific research. IRCAM is a unique location where artistic sensibilities collide with scientific and technological innovation. Frank Madlener has directed the institute since 2006. IRCAM's three principal activities--creation, research, transmission--are manifest in IRCAM's Parisian concert season, in the institute's annual festival, and in productions throughout France and abroad.

IRCAM is also a center for computer-music education. The institute is a reference point for professional training thanks to its Cursus program and workshops carried out in collaboration with researchers and composers from different countries. For more information, visit