Martin Delaney has been using and teaching Ableton Live since version 1.5, and has progressed to become the world's leading Ableton Live trainer. He's taught musicians, DJs, school kids, teenagers, and prisoners, in apartments, studios, schools, universities, museums, art galleries, prisons, and hospitals. Notable training clients include Matt Katz-Bohn from Blondie, the University of Agder (Norway), the Royal Opera House, Central School Of Speech and Drama, Radio 1 DJ Seamus Haji, Future Loop Foundation's Mark Barrott, Matt Robertson (Bjork and David Arnold), and Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim). Martin has written three 'Ableton Live Tips & Tricks' books, and the 'Laptop Music' book for PC Publishing, and writes Future Music magazine's monthly Ableton Live tutorials, as well as product reviews for Future Music, Computer Music, MacWorld, Resident Advisor, and Music Tech. He also designed the Kenton Killamix Mini USB controller - as used by Underworld, Carl Craig, and Daniel Miller.