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Master the ins-and-outs of today’s most popular music production software with this extensive, hands-on training.
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"New year, new you" seems to be the mantra permeating just about everyone's social media feeds. For some it means getting in shape, while others are more interested in evolving their careers. For those looking to make a real transformation this year, why not make 2019 the year you start producing your own music? The Ableton Music Production Mastery Bundle can get you started for only $29.

For the uninitiated, Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation, or DAW, used by producers of all levels to create and perform music. It can be a bit complex for newcomers to get the hang of, but that's where the Ableton Music Production Mastery Bundle comes in.

This seven-part training features 28 hours of instruction to get you producing music with Ableton Live. You'll start with a quick look at the basics, like navigating the interface and recording audio. From there, you'll dive into the hardware needs and essentials for producing and editing your own tunes.

The collection has you work hands-on as you use drum samples to create your own beats and even experiment with a published track to help get a grip on the Ableton fundamentals. What's more, it also features insight from an internationally-known DJ on DJing and performing to elevate your training.

With lifetime access included, the Ableton Music Production Mastery Bundle lets you go about your Ableton education at the pace that's right for you, and you can return to your courses whenever you'd like to brush up.

Music production can seem intimidating, but the Ableton Music Production Mastery Bundle breaks it down into plain English, so you can get to creating tracks and playing shows in 2019. Normally retailing for $1400, the bundle is on sale today for only $29, more than 90 percent off the usual price.

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