Collective Vibrations

Crowd-sourced everyday sounds turn into a live music session with Mel Uye-Parker

April 29th 19:00 - 20:00 CET

In collaboration with Ableton
Featuring Mel Uye-Parker

Join us for our live music finale with Mel Uye-Parker, who will be turning the crowdsourced everyday sounds you have shared with us throughout the festival into audio magic, revealing the power of collective sharing, learning and listening.

You can watch the recording of the full event and listen to the final music piece below.



Ableton makes Push and Live, hardware and software for music production, creation and performance. Ableton’s products are made to inspire creative music-making.


Mel Uye-Parker is a British-Nigerian producer, performer and educator based in London who has been making music for over 15 years. She spends most of her time teaching people how to make music with Ableton Live and Push. When she’s not doing any of the above, she makes educational content and helps music teachers and schools integrate technology into their classrooms. She is particularly interested in training and supporting young female and non-binary people to succeed in the music world. Mel previously collaborated with CRIN at the 2019 Tate Exchange event in London |


Please note that we're using Central European Time (CET) for all events during the festival. We recommend that you check the event times listed with your local time, to ensure you can join us at the right time.


We want to make events throughout the Rights Studio Festival available to as many people as possible. Therefore, many of our events – like this one – are free. We also offer a “Pay What You Can” option, so you can choose to give a little more, if that is within your means. Thank you.




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