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Getting Started with Electronic Music Production feat. Rodg

rodg | April 1, 2020

Very happy to share this course with every one!
Want to get started with making music but you don’t know where to start? I’ve got you!
This course will take you trough the first steps in to making music with Ableton Live.
Available here

BY PURCHASING THIS COURSE, YOU GET LIFETIME ACCESS TO STREAMING THE COURSE ON FADERPRO.COM.
As someone who loves listening to dance music, you may have wondered what it’s like to produce your own music. Maybe you’ve already tried to build a track once, but the first steps of electronic music production can be very tricky if you don’t know where to start. So instead of letting you struggle, we wanted to set you off on the right foot and get you all the right tools you need to create something the entire world could go crazy to.
 
With Armada University’s first-ever beginner’s course, you’re getting an in-depth, step-by-step guide into the world of electronic music production. Called Getting Started with Electronic Music Production, the course is taught by professional music producer and Armada University teacher Rodg, who expertly walks you through every aspect of music creation. Whilst working in Ableton Live, he explains things like how to build a track, how to create your own melodies and how to design your own sounds to maximize the effect on the dance floor.
The course also includes additional videos from Jean-Paul Grobben. He is an Ableton Certified Trainer and explains the Ableton Live workflow and preferences in his videos to help you master the art of music production on the technical side. 
Don’t have Ableton Live?
If you purchase this beginner’s course before May 1, 2020, you are eligible to get a full license of Ableton Live 10 Intro (normally priced at $99) for FREE. Once you purchase the course, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to get your free copy of Ableton Live 10 Intro.
 
This is where your journey as an electronic music artist begins. Are you ready to see how far you can go?

Written by rodg