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Beginner and Intermediate
How To Make
How To Make Progressive House in Ableton with Jaytech
In this tutorial we build on the lead section and make changes to the bass to fill out and diversify the sound.
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- Remix competition
Introduction and Initial Groove
Melody, Chords, Lead, and Bass
Build Ups and Drop
Arranging, Layering, and FX
Compression, EQ, Stereo, and Volume
Mastering and Finalizing
After the fantastic response following his Tech Tips, we asked key producer on both the mighty Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep labels, Jaytech to come back with an all new top notch course in How To Make Progressive House.
James “Jimbo” Cayzer shows from start to finish, how to produce a stomping club classic in this 3-hour course in Ableton.
He starts by looking at how to build on the initial groove creating a melodic riff and an awesome lead and bass, to creating sweeping dramatic buildups and a stunning drop using effects, then cleverly arranges the track while layering synths, finishing off by sharing some truly great tricks and tips on compression, eq and stereo width to make your tracks sound genuinely pro.
But that's not all!
Also with this course, we are running yet another fantastic remix competition! - The How To Make Progressive House Remix Contest is exclusive, here on Sonic Academy and you could be in with a chance of winning some cool prizes and ultimately getting a release on Jaytech's own label Positronic.
After the success of our previous remix competitions, we know we have one of the best music-making communities anywhere, and the level of production skillz coming through the forums is truly amazing.
So, ourselves and Jaytech are super excited to see what you guys can come up with - we know you can smash it. You can now download the stems from this awesome tune and start working your magic!
We have shown you how to make the tune, now it's over to you to get creative, make a dope remix of this track and show the world your production talent.
Just click the 'Enter Remix Comp' button above to find out more!