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I had fun with this assignment. Put together some groovy drums with pitch shifting going on. did a lot of cool filter stuff. Added live bass. the...
This is the first session of 2 from the Intro to Ableton MOOC for Berklee Online via Coursera
This is the 3rd assignment for the Coursera intro to ableton course. I figured out a progression I liked on keys and went to the internet to find a...
The third track off my EP "Float"
Rattle combines subtle vocals and soft instruments to create an immersive audio experience.
This is a song I've written and recorded this last week, inspired by a new job opportunity that came knocking on my door. Check it out, my new...
Here's my project for assignment 3! Got really funky with the beat and the bass. The bass tone is super gnarly and i mess with the knobs to make it...
Wooooweeee It felt like the pressure was on to make something really good. This tune def got a groovy groove. Added some guitars and did some...
My first assignment for Intro to Ableton Live MOOC.
This is my assignment 2 for the Berklee Ableton Course. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments. All comments are welcome!
Brassic - Influenced by my good friend @americans - my 2nd attempt at a mix of haus and traditional track music, think late bike rides through the...
Updated. starting to work on a full length track, but still just the almost 4 minutes. will update it soon :)
I created this song for the third assignment of the Berklee course. IT'S A WORK IN PROGRESS. I will improve this project in the next days :)
Created a Dubstep song with an Egyptian flavor for this assignment. Had a lot of fun making the drops on this . Used a lot more VSTs, effects, and...
Clap Klaps - Is taking the minimal approach and I'm also trying to avoid going ahead of myself in class, I decided to keep things relatively close to...
This is the second session of 2 from the Intro to Ableton MOOC for Berklee Online via Coursera