Ramez Moufid AKA moff has quickly established himself as one of the brightest young minds in Egypt’s electronic music scene, and was by far the highlight of label Rakete’s sold-out Cairo Quest vinyl release via his undeniably groovy minimal-house banger ‘Dad Got Me A Bag Of Papyrus'.

Analog Lab is a one-to-one series of courses that aim to teach the basics of electronic music production in the digital audio workspace Ableton Live. The course aims to impart both theoretical lessons on sound, synthesis, and sampling, as well as the foundations of analog and digital sound, musical language and concepts.  Those seeking to learn more advanced techniques will have the opportunity to dive into the world of hardware synthesizers, sequencers and drum machines.

“The course is one-on-one to make sure I can understand the person and musical vision that you’re striving to achieve, and tailor the kind of information you’ll be receiving." Moff told Scene Noise. There are no prerequisites to the course, you just need to bring a laptop and have headphones or speakers at home to do the coursework, "and of course be passionate about music” Moff added.

The course duration is eight classes, two hours each, takes place in Maadi and will cost EGP5000.

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