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Ableton is heading to Hollywood in November.

Loop – Ableton’s annual “summit for music makers – is heading to Los Angeles for its fourth edition. It marks first time Loop will have taken place outside of Berlin since its launch in 2015.

Taking place from November 9-11, the event will take place in Hollywood across “a selection of neighboring venues”, with confirmed locations including the EastWest Studios complex and the century-old Montalbán theatre.

Tickets for the three-day event aren’t on sale yet, but in previous years prospective attendees have applied for the chance to by tickets via a lottery. Ticket registration for this year’s Loop opens on June 13 at the official website.

Launched in 2015, Loop gives music-makers the opportunity to attend talks and intimate workshops with musicians and producers, with previous guests including Holly Herndon, Prince collaborator Susan Rogers, Jlin and William Basinski.

Last year’s Loop took place at Funkhaus, a former East German broadcast complex built in the 1950s.

Watch Kirk Knight go Against The Clock live at Ableton Loop in 2016 below.

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