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I know it's easy to get lost making tracks.
There are a million complicated technical details, and people in the Ableton groups like to go way too deep showing off how much they know.
That doesn't exactly help you make music.
So today I want to tell you about one of the most powerful things I have to offer you:
This is different from all the advice out there for one big reason: it's simple.
And it works.
Today you meet the mixitecture production system: an organized process for making electronic music.
This removes the mystery and shows you WHY a good track works, so you can make your own tracks do it too.
if you're interested, you can get it here with one click.
It's not about copying anybody else's music, it's about understanding the real reasons why people like music.
You'll see what to put in a track to make it connect with people so they want to hear it over and over and over.
You'll learn the basic stages of production that have been the same since the days of MIDI hardware synths, samplers and drum machines.
So basically it's like a map to show you what to do in the big picture of music production.
Are you sort of wondering what's out there that you don't know yet? Not sure what you need to learn next?
We'll fix that.
And I am not fooling around, this really WILL change the way you make tracks.
I'm not re-creating the Ableton instruction manual in video form and I'm not giving you a mountain of random video tutorials to pick through.
You're going to get a condensed system that tells you how to make MUSIC.
So let's get going.
and let's make some tracks.