Get to grips with everything you could ever love about producing and performing your own music on Ableton Live within a small and focussed class. It’s an engaging and interactive course from Garnish’s own Electronic Music Producer Program. This course covers all the music production knowledge you’ll need to set you on your way to creating and producing music in all manner of styles thanks to the unique nature of this revolutionary software. It’s a 36-hour course that’s the perfect introduction to Ableton Live, but caters for more than just beginners, as self-taught students can use the opportunity to enhance and augment their knowledge, too. The course includes instruction from an Ableton-Certified Trainer and a producer/engineer from our respected roster, who will demonstrate, in practical, accessible terms, how to implement the training. Students can share and explore questions and techniques amongst their fellows and their instructors at any time during the course so that they optimize their learning. We feel this opportunity for true interactive learning gives the Garnish experience a significant edge over online courses or online tutorials.
This isn’t just about 36 hours of tinkering with software. Upon successful completion of the course, students get an industry-recognized certificate and extensive notes that are created by the expert team who developed the course. The course is run by an official Ableton certified training center, and you can read testimonials from recent participants to see what they thought at the bottom of this page.
It’s worth mentioning that Ableton runs the same on both Mac and PC, so it’s not an issue if you’re running the PC version at home or at your own studio. It’s also definitely worth mentioning that if you should happen to miss any sessions (through illness or holiday), we are committed to doing our best to get you onto a future cycle of your choice to fill in the gaps! Finally, please note that many GMP participants worldwide are eligible for 40% off the price of Ableton software.
Creating With Audio & MIDI
DJing and Live Performance
MIDI Tracks and Composing with Virtual Instruments
Recording Techniques and Introduction to Sound Design
36 Hours | In-Person: €999 | Online Remote Attendance: €599
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