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Produce a 90's UK Deep/Funky House Track in Ableton Music

Create a classic house track from scratch in 2 hours with only Ableton and a samples pack,
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Created by Rob Webster
Last updated 3/2014
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What Will I Learn?
Dance Music Arrangement
Mixing Skills
Mastering Music
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  • Ableton 8
  • Ableton 9

This course is designed for people who have the basic knowledge of Music digital audio software and wish to progress further by creating a specific genre. In this course I will teach you how to create a classic 1990's Deep/Funky House track in the style of Nice & Ripe Recordings and other UK Funky House tracks that were created around that time. Learn about selecting the correct sounds and how to use digital samplers. Mixing down the track, Arrangements and mastering. Take a listen to the free track video that is provided at the bottom of this page and see if it is something that you would like to learn.

Who is the target audience?
  • Basic Knowledge is required of Digital Audio Workstations
  • Music Students
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Expand All 10 Lectures Collapse All 10 Lectures 01:46:46
How to produce a classic 90's style UK Deep/Funky House record in Ableton
10 Lectures 01:46:46

This is the introduction lesson where we will be installing the free samples pack that is included within this lecture. Please make sure you have downloaded them before you start the video. This lesson focuses on creating the beats.

Preview 11:21

In this lesson we start to add the main sounds of the track and create the bass line and the other sounds by using the simpler.

Adding the main sounds of the track & using digital samplers

This lesson is where we begin the arrangement process by starting to lay down the track.

Starting the arrangement

This lecture takes the track to the middle section where the break down and other sounds are added.

Arrangement part two

This lecture finishes off the arrangement and goes through the track to make sure all the sounds are in place.

Finishing the arrangement

Mixing down the track part one.

Mixing down the track part two

This tutorial shows you how to master your track in a quick way so that you can test it out in your DJ sets

Mastering the track

Final recap on the whole tutorial covering the learning outcomes.

Tutorial closure and recap

This is the track that we will be creating.

Preview 07:23
About the Instructor
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My name is Rob Webster and I am a professional record producer and record label owner.

I create and teach people how to produce music of various genres and to hopefully pass on my knowledge and experience to others who wish to become producers. My courses are mostly within the Ableton software with the use of various 3rd party plug ins and I teach a whole range of different genres ranging from Techno to Chill Out music. My courses are very easy and simple to follow with many different learning techniques such as playing the keyboards and chord structure through to editing and audio mixing. You can read my biography below, thank you.

I have been a DJ since 1993 and I have been producing records since 1999.I have had several chart hits and remixes worldwide. My first big hit in the UK charts was in 1999 and was called "Everybody" under the artist name "The Boy Wunda" This was released on Manifesto Records which is a part of Mercury/Universal Music, and reached number 1 in the UK Club Charts and number 7 in the official UK charts and the top 40 all across Europe. You can view the track on Youtube. My second hit was a remix for Pop group "Atomic Kitten" called "See Ya" and that went to number 6 in the UK in 2000. After this I remixed a track called "The Ghetto" by "The Rhythm Masters" under the name "Soul Glow" and this went to number 1 in Pete Tongs Radio One club chart back in 2002. Since 2005 I have ran several record labels on the internet, but since 2009 I have successfully been in charge of "Cold Rockin Records" which releases mainly Disco House Music. I have recorded under many different artist names for this label. The main one being "Area Social" and I have had over 30 releases go into the top ten download sales chart at digital stores such as Junodownload. My album under the Area Social name went to number 8 in the sales chart in 2011. I also run another label called "Traxscape" which release Chill Out Music and I have had two albums out on that and several pieces form the first album have been used in scientific documentaries.I now as of 2016 run a Disco House record label called "Waxadisc" I have also just had a number one in the junodownload sales chart with a track called "Bionic Love" as Robjamweb for the world famous record label"Editorial". Recently I had a track go to the top chart spot again at Juno Download called "You Know How" and a brand new ep called the Cosmic Soul ep which came out on Masterworks Music. So I constantly keep releasing my own material as well as teach other producers.

The names below are some of the works I have and still record under. You can find all of my work on the internet.


Area Social

The Boy Wunda

Filthy Filtered Disco Freek

Rob Webster

Dakota Soul

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