Ableton in San Diego Survey
Ableton Live Users in and around the San Diego Area: Welcome to our Ableton survey. We're looking to flesh out the status of Ableton Live collaborations in the San Diego area (south the TJ and up to Capistrano). Please contribute your thoughts and we'll reward you with fabulous prizes (yet to be determined). Thanks! - Trevor & others....
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Age: Which category below includes your age?
17 or younger
21 or older
Would rather not say
Location: How close to you live to San Diego
Less than 100 miles from San Diego
100 - 550 miles from San Diego
More than 550 miles from San Diego
Experience: What is your experience with Ableton?
Quite a Bit
Use it every day
Performance: Do you perform with Ableton Live?
Yes, but only occasionally
Audience: On average how often do you attend live / club events?
Twice a week or more
Once a week
Once per month
Once per year
Not at all often
Genres: Which Genres do you like to play?
Drum and Bass
Non-Electronic (Jazz, Classical, World, etc.)
Hardware: Do you like to use hardware with your Ableton setup? If so, what?
Traditional Musical Instruments (guitar, drums, trumpet, etc.)
Drum Machines and Sequencers (Electribe, Volca, Elektron, etc.)
Controllers other than Push (Novation, iPad, etc.)
Software other than Ableton Live (Maschine, Pro Tools, Logic, etc.)
Instrument Plugins other than Ableton (Sylenth 1, Serum, etc.)
Event Type: What types of performance events interest you?
Traditional - 30 minute solo or "band" sets.
Long - 60-120 minute sets.
"Open Oscillator" - Open-mic style 8-10 minute sets.
"Open Oscillator Showcase" - same as above but 20-30 minute sets.
"RigRant" - same as above, but with ~5 minutes of gear or workflow explanation.
Jam - Open and/or sync'd improv or lightly organized events.
"Spidersonic" - Organized "Jazz" or "World" type session with sync, musicial and/or rhythmic guidelines including a conductor/facilitator/mixer.
"sySTEM" - same as above with additional pre-planning (sharing of stems and/or instruments).
Groups: To which San Diego Groups do you belong?
Facebook - Ableton Users Group San Diego
Facebook - Ableton Everywhere
Facebook - Ableton Drummer
Facebook - ABLETON LIVE PERFORMANCE GROUP
Meetup - San Diego Ableton Users Meetup
Meetup - Electronic Musicians and Composers
Meetup - Electronic Music
UCSD - Performers Remixers Organization
UCSD - Musician's Club @ UCSD
SDSU - Aztec Music Group
Suggestions: Related to Ableton, what would you like to see in the San Diego area?
Better organization between the various 'music' clubs and groups
More in-person workshop events (on how to use Ableton Live)
More in-person workshop events on using extended tools (such as Max for Live)
More Co-Labs (group collaborative composition)
More open jams
More opportunity for performance
More international collaboration (SD/TJ, etc.)
A Comprehensive and updated list of Ableton-related resources (events, trainers, etc.)
More trading and sharing of equipment
More online collaboration
LA: Are you interested in participating in Ableton events in the LA area?
You: Do you have more information about your music and/or art? List Bandcamp, iTunes, Soundcloud, Facebook, etc. links here:
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