Canadian duo Blue Hawaii took part in a panel at Decibel Festival, which went down at the end of September in Seattle. The panel was part of Decibel’s daytime conference and took place in the JBL Theater at the EMP Museum.
Blue Hawaii, aka Raphaelle Standell-Preston (also of BRAIDS) and Alex “Agor” Cowan, gave an in-depth visualization of their Ableton workflow and answered questions. The band uses Ableton to both produce music and to play live.
Watch as Blue Hawaii demonstrates how they create new live versions of songs by looping small sections of their recordings:
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