House music is as big as when it was invented in Chicago in the early 80s. And with a DAW like Ableton Live 10, it’s a lot of fun to produce! From beats, to melodies, to the drop, this Ableton Live course —by legendary dance music producer Olav Basoski—will take you through all the steps in creating your unique house track… or whatever EDM genre you are producing!
Olav starts by explaining how to build the foundation of any dance track, the kick drum. From there, he creates a slamming beat with classic TR-909 sounds, percussion elements, effects, and he gives the beat more edge using some clever processing. After adding an arp synth line with Ableton’s new Wavetable synth, some disco strings, and that famous M1 Bass sound (popularized by StoneBridge), Olav is ready to build an arrangement. This is where you discover tips to create perfect intros, breaks, white noise effects, and exciting build-ups, complete with snare rolls and automation… all leading to that moment everybody’s waiting for: the drop!
So sit back and join the amazing and always entertaining Olav Basoski in this course. After watching these 21 tutorials, you will have the knowledge and inspiration to produce your own dance floor masterpieces.
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Dave wrote on September 28, 2019
Great course! Inspiring.
Batuke system wrote on September 8, 2019
Substance D wrote on January 24, 2019
Olav is smooth and easy to follow with his knowing exploration -- and the end result of his track sounds fantastic (including my own variation!).
Mashini wrote on September 29, 2018
Oleg is the man to teach. On the point, not to slow but always good explaining!
Khobe wrote on May 5, 2018
I've been playing with Ableton for a long while but I keep coming back to Olav (and others)for fresh new ideas and tips. I'm never disapointed because there is so much to learn form the Live, with all the pro and creative producers found on MacProVideo.
DJ Kman wrote on February 25, 2018
Really enjoyed it. Well explained. I generated several templates out of the course.