Co-presented with Ableton Canada

Ableton 101 / SOLD OUT


Join the Music Gallery for a day dedicated to learning Ableton. 

In the gallery room find a Push Playground where you can test out the latest products and make some beats. 

In the main hall Jeia will be breaking down their remix “Bad Habits” for LA-based artist and activist Madame Gandhi to understand both the technical and the creative process behind music production and collaboration.

In this workshop, Jeia will be walking through:

  • Building a song ground up in Ableton
  • Learning how to stay true to the purpose of a song
  • Initiating musical collaborations online
About the Instructor

Indonesian-born, Toronto-based producer, composer and instrumentalist Jeia (pronounced: JAY-uh) is a passionate force creating vast soundscapes across all genres and timelines. Formerly a live guitar player, drummer and touring DJ, she has a musical yet unique approach in sound design and composition. 

Currently splitting time between Los Angeles and Toronto, Jeia’s recent credits and collaborations includes chriseanrock, Curren$y, Beenie Man, Jesy Nelson, KALLITECHNIS, Destin Conrad, Saint Harison, and more. 


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