Back in the old days last century, if you wanted to hit the top of the charts, you grabbed a guitar, talked one of your friends into trying to play drums, started a band and launched into performing. It was an inexact science, certainly, but it was perhaps the most tried-and-true method for new music talent to get noticed for a solid five decades.
But just like everything else, the world of pop stardom has changed. New artists don’t play instruments or start bands anymore to make their bones. They hole up in the studio/bedroom, hone their music to a fine point on production-quality home equipment, then unleash it to an often shocked world over the web.
Home recording technology has changed everything in music over the past 20 years — and if you want to join the revolution, it’s time to study up. With the training in The Complete EDM Production Bundle: Learn to DJ ($19.99, over 90 percent off), you can acquire the skills needed to make a mark in the new music order.
The seven-course collection packing in more than 26 hours of training is broken up into three distinct categories: technical basics, music creation, and live performance.
Music newbies can get started with Introduction to Electronic Music, Electronic Music Primer, and Music Producer Masterclass: Make Electronic Music, three courses dedicated to laying the foundations of creating EDM tracks. From the fundamentals of audio signal processing and recording to the top-level tricks employed by music production experts, students will get an idea of what it takes to launch a music career in 2020.
Of course, technical achievement doesn’t mean much if you don’t have the right music, which is why the second phase of courses in this bundle — Music Theory for Electronic Musicians, Music Theory for Electronic Musicians 2: Minor Keys and More, and Music Theory For Electronic Musicians 3: Extended Harmony — actually dig into the nitty-gritty of what makes popular music. Students here learn how to create on a DAW (digital audio workstation), analyze tracks by artists like Skrillex, Daft Punk, and Avicii to understand why their hits became hits, then produce nine tracks using different techniques to highlight the learning.
Finally, The Live Performance Master Class for Electronic Musicians explains the ins and outs of live EDM performing.
Each course in this package is valued at $199, but with this offer, the whole bundle is on sale for just $19.99, less than $3 per course.
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