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Ableton Live 10 Beginners Tutorial (EASY!)

In this Ableton Live 10 tutorial for beginners, I show you how to use Ableton Live when opening it for the first time.

Ableton Live 10 is great for music production and one of the most popular Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) available. In this guide I show you each of the different sections of the software and how you can get started and make your first song in Ableton.

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7 Biggest Mistakes Most Producers Make

I’ve been asked to give feedback on HUNDREDS of tracks since starting EDMtips a couple of years ago, and I see the same mistakes cropping up time and time again.

So, with that in mind, here are the 7 BIGGEST mistakes I see new (and old) music producers making.

Knowing them will hopefully help you avoid them! 😜

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How to Make Electronic Music (step-by-step guide)

If you want to learn how to make electronic music, getting started can seem a bit daunting. Here are 19 steps to take in 2020 that will get you on your way to the main stage!

Almost every producer runs into this realization at some point in their musical journey: Producing electronic music is way more complex than they'd originally thought.

If you're a new producer, it can seem overwhelming. The software is daunting, the process is a mystery, and it seems like there are an infinite number of choices (spoiler: there are) - where do you even begin?

I remember that feeling, and I want to help ease that pain  - so I've laid out 19 steps to take as a new producer that'll leave you with a completed song idea and get you started on your journey.

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5 Music Production Workflow Tips (For Getting More Music Finished)

Music production workflow is one of the key elements of EDM production. If you aren't getting music finished, then you aren't getting music released.

However, if you find a workflow that works for you, you can build fans, earn money, play gigs, and basically...be a proper music producer, rather than just someone with lots of "great ideas", but nothing to show for it (other than a full hard drive!)...

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