It seems like there are more dance music styles than stars in the sky! Luckily, Adam Pollard (AKA Multiplier) is here with an exclusive look to the future… Future Bass, that is! See what the future brings, in this 20-tutorial course.
Every dance music genre (or style) has its own set of parameters that sets it apart from all the rest. And, if you’re not sure what genre you want to compose or produce, it may be really hard to get started. That’s why we commissioned this series of courses by dance music producer: Multiplier!
In this course on Future Bass, you learn all the idiosyncrasies of this elusive EDM genre. What makes this style of dance music so unusual is that it's more about its flexible attitude toward tempo and beats and lack of real defining features. In other words, Future Bass is all about the vibe and Adam explains, in great detail, how that vibe is created!
So go “back to the future” in this Dance Music Styles: Future Bass course by the great producer/educator, Adam “Multiplier” Pollard.
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jayme pereira nunes wrote on May 1, 2018
congratulations!! i learned some concepts and ideas!! very good my friend.
Badmac wrote on October 13, 2016
For a long time I've wondered exactly what this style was and what differentiated it from the other new EDM forms. This tutorial quickly answered all my questions, and some. It gets to the point without unnecessary fluff and trivialities. A great introduction with enough meat on the bone to get you started on your path to making tracks in this exciting genre.
Jeremy M. wrote on April 23, 2016
I really enjoyed this one. I've loved the Flume sound for many years now so this was perfect. Also Adam's teaching style is very clear. Left me wanting to dive deeper, which is a good thing. Adam Pollard is quickly becoming my favorite instructor.
Omid Abbasian wrote on April 23, 2016
Yeaaaaaa Multiplier Keep Going This Dance Music Style is really a good series even better than dance music masters in my opinion.