I am Dev here, gone thru Ableton training on the month of Aug 2020. Nikhil conducted the training sessions. it was really tons of information delivered in every session. Training started with very basic and gone to an advanced level later. Nikhil covered all topics and info which any Music producer should know. Nikhil is a very friendly person. he did not just resolve our queries in the session although he also helped whenever we have any queries even after training program. I felt DJP Media is the perfect place to learn Ableton and I will recommend it to my friends too if anyone needs Ableton training. Thanks a lot DJP Media, Nikhil. Good work and keep it up!!
This post has been long pending and well finally, it's here!
My name is Mahin and I studied Music Production at DJP Media and learnt more than I had imagined I would! Just like most of us here.
In this post, I'd like to introduce you to 4 of my Musical Projects:
1) Dilemmo (Rap/Hip Hop/RnB) : https://soundcloud.com/user-107734235 (Available on YT as well)
2) Mokaasa (Sound Therapy System): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAPCTj9WJ9PRk4hpVJzP7wA (with music videos)
3) Radio Moski (Video Projects, Background Scores & Copyright-Free Music): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJGHalf9_e9hcYoFiZZRqnQ
4) Mahin Kapur: Instrumentalist (follow me on insta @mahin_kapur and check out my videos)
I've been practising, composing & making music for 11 years and it is the only form of art that has set me free and given me a greater sense of freedom - Music had freed my spirit and continues to do so every time!
If you're looking to collaborate, I'm always up for that! But approach for collaborations only if you're serious and will stay till the release of the song. Otherwise, enjoy new music that comes your way every month from Dilemmo, Mokaasa, Moski, or Mahin!
It's great to be a part of this community and I am looking forward to more interactions with fellow members over here.
I hope you're all doing hail & healthy during these unprecedented times.
Thank you for reading!
Do tune in & listen to my music :)
Just trying out some interactive musical fun that we can do with Ableton Live.
In this clip, I'm using an Arduino board and Max for Live, set up in a way that allows this distance sensor to communicate with wavetable parameters in Ableton Live based on how close or far an object is from the sensor.