Category: Advanced Ableton Electronic Music Production Program

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Tips for Staying Organized as a Music Producer

FIND what you’re looking for The ability to diversify, fracture, and splinter sound can transform any single note into a symphony unto itself. Multiply that by a hundred instruments, and it can be migraine-inducing...

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Recording Connection mentor G.W. Childs on Passion-fueled Songwriting, Ableton Production, and more.

Recording Connection mentor G.W. Childs has a multifaceted career spanning decades. A songwriter, artist, and keyboardist with Soil & Eclipse, he’s also published books on Ableton, Propellerhead’s Reason and served as the sound designer...

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Start creating music in Ableton (for free, now).

Hip hop, electronic dance music, and beat-making have dominated the music scene for nearly two decades. Driven by the accessibility of digital audio workstations (DAWs), the power to make music the world dances to...

What is a record deal?

Caveat Emptor Rules Ever since Robert Johnson “sold his soul to the devil” in order to become a famous musician as chronicled in his song “Crossroads,” record deals have been looked at as a...

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Hip Hop Producers Who Use Logic

Considered the “creative” operating system, the Apple entry into the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) landscape offers a lot to the professional music producer. Some of the biggest names in the digital music industry, including...

How do DJs Make Beats?

At the most basic level, a beat is what keeps the time of a song. Repeated over and over again, the rest of instruments, vocals, and harmonies follow its lead. When listening to a...

How to use Fruity Loops

Now referred to as FL Studio, Fruity Loops was one of the first widely used digital audio workstations (DAW). Originally, it was created as a simple – by today’s standards – four-channel drum machine...

How to Start Producing Beats

“It’s a trip it’s got a funky beat and I can bug out to it.” – “B-Boy Bouillabaisse” sample from the Beastie Boys’ album Paul’s Boutique. While harmonies, melodies, and structure are all important...