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A lifetime to Noiselab’s Ableton training is now just $29

Learn all aspects of music production from professionals using today’s most popular software.
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When it comes to music production, artists want a digital audio workstation (DAW) that's intuitive, flexible, and, of course, sounds great. There are plenty of DAWs out there promising to meet these requirements and more, but few do so as well as Ableton Live, which is why many artists are using it to create and mix their songs.

Like any other DAW, there's a bit of a learning curve with Ableton Live, but you shouldn't be discouraged if you're set on creating your own music. Noiselab is the music production trainer that aims to teach beginners the Ableton essentials, as well as concepts behind music theory, production, and the like; and lifetime memberships are on sale for only $29.

As is the case with most skills, in order to be the best producer, you're better off learning from the best. Noiselab's curriculum is taught exclusively by Ableton-certified trainers or successful producers with impressive industry credentials, so you can rest assured that you're receiving quality training.

With a lifetime subscription, you'll get access to 278 lectures, 24 courses and 45 hours of content on music theory, production, and more. You can use video tutorials, online courses, and project templates to broaden your production knowledge and even explore what makes today's top songs tick as the instructors break down hit songs and show you how they're made.

A lifetime subscription gives you unlimited access and lifetime membership to all current and future content from Noiselab, so you can keep developing your skills well into the future as the technology advances.

Music production can seem intimidating on the surface, but with the right instructor holding your hand, you can master the tools of the trade and unlock your creativity. A lifetime subscription to Noiselab normally retails for $1,140, but you can sign up today for only $29, saving more than 90% off the usual price.

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