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How to Mix Down in Ableton Live – Beginners Guide

In this video tutorial, we will cover the basics of mixing down your music in Ableton Live and getting it more balanced and slapping harder than ever.

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Beginners Guide to Writing CLUB-READY DRUMS (PART TWO)

In part two of Beginners Guide to Writing drums for the club, we’ll cover generic drum patterns that lay the foundation for contemporary club music, in this video, we will cover: Digital Cumbia, Broken Beat, Jersey Club, Bassline, UK Drill, and Drum ‘n’ Bass

 

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Music Production – My Creative Struggles and Solutions, so far

In this video, I’ll be sharing my creative struggles and how I have overcome them throughout my Music Production process, so far.

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How to Write a MUSIC PRESS RELEASE w/ Tomas Fraser

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How to make an GLIDING 808 in SERUM (Sound Design Tutorial)

In today’s tutorial, we’ll be creating a gliding/pitch-bending 808 bass preset in Xfer’s Serum, perfect for Trap and Drill beats.

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Beginners Guide to DJ & LIVE SETS in ABLETON (Session View Tutorial)

Beginners Guide to DJ & LIVE SETS in ABLETON (Session View Tutorial)

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8 ways to OVERCOME BEAT BLOCK / WRITER’S BLOCK in 5 MINUTES

8 tried and tested ways to battle your way out of Beat block / Writer’s block in just over 5 minutes.

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Beginners Guide to Tuning Your Drums (Ableton)

In this Beginners Guide to Tuning Your Drums, we’ll be covering a few simple techniques to get your drums hits tuned to a specific note and in key.

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How to Make a Lo-Fi String in Serum (Sound Design Tutorial)

In today’s tutorial, we’ll be making a Lo-Fi String Synth Preset in Xfer’s Serum VST plug-in

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Beginners Guide to Writing Melodies

In today’s tutorial, we’ll be going over 4 ways to start writing melodies now, if you’re new to the concept or simply getting stuck, these easy techniques will get you going in no time, without any overwhelming music theory, for now anyway.