Sunday, October 16, 1:00 – 3:00 PM EST
Are you “looper curious?” Have you owned a looping pedal for years, but aren’t as comfortable with it as you’d like to be? Want to become a one-wo/man-band?
This workshop will cover everything from the basics — such as what types of loopers are available and what they can do — to more in-depth topics. Techniques such as undo/redo, fading, “stutter” recording, and parallel, serial and backwards looping will be covered. Practical applications of how to use a looping pedal tastefully and artistically will be discussed, as well as ways to practice, and even how to use a looper itself as a practice & songwriting tool.
This workshop is appropriate for all levels, even those who don’t own a looping pedal. If time permits, we may work in a one-to-one setting, so feel free to bring your pedal if you have one, as well as an instrument or microphone of your choice. For ages 14+.
JEFF MILLER – Learn more about Jeff! Jeff Miller is a Nashville-based touring songwriter, producer, and looping guitarist. His last full-length album, Loops, features looping pioneer and guitar legend Phil Keaggy.
“A total master of the loop/sampling pedal.” — Adrian Bischoff, KZSU
Studio E2 @ House of Musical Traditions
7010 Westmoreland Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
We are following the Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services guidelines for health and safety. Students are encouraged to wash hands upon arrival.
We require a minimum of 3 attendees for all group classes & workshops. Classes will be cancelled if we have not met the 3-person minimum 72 hours in advance of the start time.
In the event of a cancellation, you may choose between either (1) a full refund, or (2) a full credit to private lessons or a future workshop.
In the event the 3-person minimum has been met, registration remains open at a slightly higher cost for the final 72 hours before the class.