Loop Create is a free, online event for music makers – artists, technologists, educators, and creative thinkers of all kinds. It is a gathering of individuals interested in not just observing, but also in participating and joining the conversation around music, technology and creativity.

When, Where & How?

Loop Create will take place online at on October 29, 2022.
Loop Create runs for 6.5 hours and starts on October 29 at 4pm (Berlin/UTC+2). When the schedule is released on October 11, you'll be able to see when each session happens in your own local time.
It’s recommended that you stay for the full (6.5 hour) program, but it’s not mandatory. You can drop in and out at any time.


Complete the form on the registration page and you’ll get an email confirming your place. Then, on the week of the event, you’ll receive your personal access code and all other information you need. On October 29, you can log in with your access code at to take part.
No, Loop Create is free to attend for anyone who registers.
No, there's no capacity limit for this event.
Your registration means that we can keep in touch with you directly on the run-up to the event. This helps you get all the information you need to participate, and us to deliver the best possible experience on the day. You can register on the day of the event too, but we recommend doing it early to make sure you get all the practical information beforehand.
Please check the inbox and spam folder of the email address you used to register. Contact if you don't find it there.
You’ll receive an email with a personal access code and other practical information on the week of the event. On October 29, you can log in with your code at to take part in Loop Create.
You’ll receive an email on the day of the event with a link to some audio files to download for the challenge. To take part, you’ll need to work with these in your DAW of choice. If you don't usually make music with a DAW, you can download the free trial of Ableton Live. For the workshop you’ll need a pen and paper, and your favorite instruments or tools for making music.


If you’re registered, you’ll receive a personal access code on the week of the event. This code can be used to log in at on October 29.
You must be 18 or older to attend Loop Create.
You don’t have to download anything, but you’ll have the option of joining a Discord server to connect with other attendees. You can choose to download the app or use the browser version of Discord. You'll also need whatever software you usually use to make music. If you don't usually make music with a DAW, you can download the free trial of Ableton Live.
Although it’s possible to watch the stream from your phone, we recommend that you join Loop Create with a computer. That way you’ll be able to join the chat, find all the relevant links, and get the most out of each session.
Later, some parts of the day will be published on the Ableton blog – stay updated on this, and future Loop events, by signing up for the Loop newsletter.

Further Information

Yes. All presentations at Loop Create will be in English.
Contact with any other questions.