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MASTERCLASS x DEADMAU5 REVEAL NEW ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION COURSE
Deadmau5 [Joel Zimmerman] teamed up with Masterclass to release an exclusive music production class on his own secret tips and tricks for mastering experimental Electronic Dance Music in the studio.
The cost for the Deadmau5-inspired production class package is $90 total and includes lifetime access, 5+ hours of classes, and 20+ lessons on Ableton, all pre-recorded on video.
Deadmau5 x Masterclass recently released this trailer introducing their new masterclass.
“I can teach someone how to get
from nothing to something.” – Deadmau5
The team here at The DJ’s Tribune are taking an in-depth look at the class for ‘key features’ useful to both up and comers, as well as veteran producers. Even if you don’t know a lick about music production, or just want a refresher on some key features for creating your next “banger” — this may be the class for you.
As you saw in the Masterclass trailer video, Ableton will be the featured DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software for these classes. Deadmau5 will also be working with plugins like Serum and hopfully Massive.
If you’re not satisfied with the Deadmau5 Masterclass program after 30-days, you may contact their support team for a full refund.
For more information on how to pre-enroll, visit: Masterclass.com
So, what are you waiting for…start learning the Deadmau5 way yung producers!
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