Wavetable is an invitation into deeper discovery

Why shouldn't learning feel more like an adventure than an endurance test?

Wavetable vibes

“Empirically speaking, we are made of star stuff. Why aren’t we talking more about that?”

Maggie Nelson, 'The Argonauts'
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We're on a mission to elevate education from something that's done to you, into interactive learning you can't wait to dive into.

We design and produce immersive experiences, content, and programs that open up ways to see, learn and do differently.

Creating a more connected and visceral future of learning

Our team of educators, coaches, creatives and producers  have designed and facilitated programs across a variety of formats: from short-form workshops, to long-form accelerator programs; fast-paced design sprints, to full learning & development strategies.

We've worked with leading global brands and creative entrepreneurs, cultural institutions and nonprofit organizations.

Most importantly, we’re a group of people who believe in the emergence of what can be, as if by magic, when we tap into our shared ability to make things come alive.

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How to engage with us

There's always more than one way forward...

Studio

We’re a production partner for companies, cities, and creators to build the new wave of learning: from skill academies and apprenticeships; to experiential activations and exclusive fan communities.
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Originals

Wavetable Originals are our own programs and products built for creative professionals.

Our flagship program is In:Session - a place for you to create top-notch interactive learning experiences (yep, very meta - we aim to walk our talk).
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Resources

See, learn and do differently through stories and ideas from people and companies coming at the world in unconventional ways, plus insights and guides from the Wavetable team.

Dive into our vault of articles, podcasts, videos, and how-to guides.
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Meet our team

Say hello to a few of the crew.

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

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John Due

How to run a workshop for the C-suite

Howard Gray

Founder

Josh Upton

Development Partner

Michelle Carollo

Program & Learning Designer

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We're hiring.

That's right.

Come and work with us. As well as the open roles we're actively hiring for, we're always excited to hear from people who are into our mission.

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What’s in a name?

Why we're called 'Wavetable'

When our founder Howard created his first ever workshop, a friend said to him “hey, you know you’re really good at synthesizing ideas…”.

It was only much later he realised that so much in the future of learning and work is in this ability to synthesize. And there are things to synthesize everywhere.

When you think about that word - synthesize - maybe your mind goes to music. Ours definitely do.

In fact, we believe much of the future of learning is like music.


From Recitals to Mixtapes

If traditional education is a classical recital, the future of learning is a mixtape. And while teachers were forced to read and play from a pre-scripted sheet; the next generation of educators spin records, spit some rhymes, or try out some graffiti art.

You're invited to dance, but if you can't - just nod your head. Because everyone's welcome here.

The design part of is time in the studio. It's rhythms and grooves; discord, loops, bridges, and riffs.

The delivery is like the work of a DJ - being attuned to the vibe, and responding in kind. Sure, you add your unique flavor, but as every great DJ knows it’s about bringing the audience along and making them the focus - not you.

And bringing everything together is... yup, synthesizing.

One synth to another

As it happens, one of the early types of music synthesis was originally designed to produce natural tone-like sounds. It became the first computer based synthesizer, and one of the first instruments to harness the power of digital sampling.

The synthesizer helped pave the way of new forms of creation, new ways of sharing, and new ways of connecting.

Just like the best music, the future of learning is about culture, expression, generosity, and connection.

And like that synthesizer, it's about bringing together digital and humans in new ways.

The name of that synthesizer? Wavetable.

And that first workshop Howard created?

"Create your own music festival", of course.