Join Seb Frost and Tom Lishman for a morning of Protools Exploration.
There are two sessions planned for the day, this is the first and will be aimed at those who are a little less than confident with their Pro Tools skills.
Pro Tools is an industry standard but the software is written for music production and the best way to use it for theatre often isn't apparent.
This seminar is designed to help attendees work faster and more efficiently.
It will be easier to participate in the session if you have a laptop with Protools installed.
Here is a link to Pro Tools First, a free version of the software. You will need to register with Avid and create an iLok account in order to download the software.
Join Seb Frost and Tom Lishman for an afternoon of Pro Tools Exploration.
There are two sessions planned for the day, this is the second and will be aimed at those who are confident with their Pro Tools skills. The session will explore more advanced scenarios than the morning session and will require a solid understanding of how the software is operated.
Here is a link to Protools First, a free version of the software. You will need to register with Avid and create an iLok account in order to download it.
Paul is co-artistic director of performance company Clod Ensemble in London & has written original music for all the company's productions to date, including Under Glass, An Anatomie in Four Quarters & Zero (all Sadler's Wells), Silver Swan (Tate Modern Turbine Hall, V&A Raphael Room, Royal Opera House) Red Ladies (Southbank Centre, ICA & Museo Serralves, Portugal) and Must (with Peggy Shaw, Public Theater, New York).
He has also written many unclassifiable music-based stage works, including The Weather Man (Opera North) and liebeslied/my suicides (ICA/Genesis Foundation) and Here All Night (Lincoln Center, New York, Brighton Festival). He has written dozens of scores for theatre, from the fringe to the National Theatre in the UK and internationally across Europe and USA in especially with productions by Katie Mitchell and Gare St Lazare, Ireland.
He has collaborated with artists across the spectrum including TV/film makers Arnaud Desplechin, John Michael McDonagh, Emily Young and Christine Gernon; performers Split Britches and Simon Amstell; philosophers Alexander Garcia Duttman and Bill Brewer ; artists Rut Blees Luxemburg, Mel Brimfield and Mark Aerial Waller; sound designers Gareth Fry and Melanie Wilson; Video Designer Leo Warner; writers David Sedaris and Alice Oswald; and with a huge range of musicians from Osterreichisches Ensemble fur Nueue Musik to Dangermouse, from the male chorus of the Welsh National Opera to The Fall.
Please note this seminar is being held at the National Theatre Studio, next to the Old Vic Theatre. That's a different place from the National Theatre where the Olivier, Lyttelton and Doorman theatres are located.
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