Superbooth Organizers Announce ‘Minibooth’ For Young People


Organizers of Superbooth 2024, being held in Berlin May 16-18, 2024, have announced plans for MINIBOOTH, a music and trade fair for young people.

MINIBOOTH will be held the preceding week, Thurs 9th to Sun 12th May 2024, from 12pm to 6pm. The focus of the event is getting kids to discover a range of electronic sounds in a fun way.

The events planned include:

  • Carneval Of The Electro Animals – Join Cedric in discovering how you can use Korg Volca synthesisers to recreate the melodies from the film based on the compositions by Camille Saint-Saëns.
  • Modular Synthesizer Table – The “Modular Table” is an electronic musical instrument for multiple people. Each can use one of four modular synthesisers to experiment and produce electronic music together.
  • Soldering Course: A Buzz & A Flash – Learn how to use soldering to build your own little synthesizer that buzzes or a light organ that flashes bright colours in time to the music.
  • Waveformers – This workshop will teach you about frequency, amplitude, basic waveforms and resonance – all in a fun and approachable way.
  • Many Speakers, Multiple Effects – This workshop is all about creating, sending and transforming electronic sounds with the help of old devices.
  • SKVRTech – Discover various instruments, such as the Dato Duo Synthesiser, with the help of specially-created “discovery cards” and “creation cards”, which contain ideas for fun activities and games.
  • Build A Drawing Synthesiser – Here, you’ll learn the basic principles behind sound and electronics as well as make your own “Drawdios” – drawings which you can use to create sounds.
  • Vinyl DJing Workshop – With the aid of a few practical exercises, we will prepare a mini DJ set with the participants which we will present live on stage.
  • DJ Workshop – Learn how to use a professional DJ controller, how to mix, how to match beats, how to use different effects and how to select tracks which work well together.
  • Talk Music With Deniz Dilek – At “Talk Music”, everything is about the many connections that language, voice and song have with electronic music. We’ll look at everything from talking synthesisers to beatbox.
  • Beep – We’re Making Electronic Music! – The Berlin Central and Regional Library is joining us and they’ve brought along their BeepBib. The BeepBib allows you to try out and borrow all kinds of different electronic musical instruments.
  • Party Face Paint – Colourful paint and sparkly glitter are the key ingredients at the Party Face Paint session. Slip into the role of a party animal and show your glittery side. It’s the perfect opportunity for an FEZ-themed family photo.
  • Beats in Pocket – Maybe you just want to make some beats? Then this workshop is just for you because its simple aim is to break down barriers and give you the easiest possible entry into the world of beats and sampling. Everything takes place via a smartphone or tablet.
  • Liquid Light Show 101 – Liquid light shows is the name of the game as we show you what it was like in the 60s or 70s at a Jimi Hendrix or Pink Floyd concert.
  • Human Beat Machine – You’ll be programming beats, hopping to make chords, making Pituro the Robot dance, singing like a mouse, talking like a giant and using the medium of… limbo dancing to change the sounds.
  • Kunstlust Collages – We’ll create Minibooth posters using the medium of collage.
  • BeatLab: Creative Worlds Of Sound – During a 90-minute “BeatLab” workshop, you’ll discover a whole world of sound using Ableton. The youngsters will create their own pieces of music on the workstations with Live 12 while the older ones will use 3 iPads and Ableton Note to make their own melodies and harmonies.
  • Electrokids – This dance workshop in the Ballet Hall will get kids aged 5 and up moving. Led by Lucille Clauss.
  • Kids’ Rave – The kids’ rave is the place for child-friendly and pleasant event with DJs, decorations, art and house and techno music.
  • House Dance – Learn some typical steps to electronic rhythms and basic combinations of house dance.

See the event site for details.


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