Make your first track, Chainsmoker-style, with little to no music production experience!
Learn how to make an EDM track (specifically progressive house) like The Chainsmokers from EDM ghost producer Colin Warn.
Having sold thousands of dollars in ghost productions, and having made over 200+ tracks, this kid who likes to write about himself in the third person will teach you:
...and much more!
The first 1/4 of the course is open as a preview to anyone interested: So go ahead and try it before you buy it.
Hope to see you in the classroom.
Get to know your instructor, the guy writing this description, in addition to getting some tips on how to get the most from this course.
Learn about FL Studio, some big producers who use it, and much more.
Learn how to install FL Studio 12. Note to users using the DEMO version: You will be able to use the full program, with the handicap that you won't be able to open your saved projects.
Installing third party plugins. Find the links to them in the resources tab.
Learn how to add instruments and create melodies, even with no music theory experience.
Now that we've created the loops, lets drag them into our playlist window.
Mixing our track, the first pass!
Learn how to sidechain in your track!
A primer on frequencies, pitch, and how we'll be manipulating it in future videos.
Making the break/quieter part of our track, following the same steps we used in the previous video!
Mixing pass part deuce, and a primer on track structure.
Adding more melodies to keep our track interesting.
Continuation of the last video.
Spicing up our track with some ear candy and sweeps.
Learn how to create one of my favorite effects in the world.
Learn how to automate various knobs in FL Studio. Also learn how to automate third party plugin knobs!
Final mixing pass!
Putting the final touches on our track.
Learn how to get your tracks onto iTunes, Spotify, as well as how to continue improving from here.
Teaser lecture from my "How to Make a Track Like Martin Garrix" course. In this video, we talk about how to make a Martin-esque melody.
How to add and process your own guitar samples in FL Studio. Special thanks to Fred Anderson for supplying the guitar stems and this video idea..
Colin Warn is a dance music producer and a Middle8Studio ghost producer, hailing from Seattle. For some reason he also enjoys talking about himself in the third person.
Alter ego DJ Veaux. He's been teaching music production on forums from the legendary Laidback Luke production forums to the Max Vangeli "The Lab" forums for over four years. His productions have received praise from the likes of Studio DMI, recording studio for artists like Diplo and Borgeous. He's made about 200+ tracks as of writing this bio from hip hop to dance music, and he continues to make 1-2 tracks a week.
Currently touring with Jordan Riley, so while he isn't on the road he's sitting down to figure out how he can help his fellow producer become the best artist they can be.