Hello fellow electronic music producers,
My name is Matt Kurr. I have been into making electronic music for the past 5 years using Ableton Live. In addition to that, I have played the drums for the past 10 years. I am a huge fan of the bass music genres like dubstep, gltich hop, trap, and electro. Currently, I am a graduate of the UWW-Whitewater with a major in Public relations and minor in media arts.
The goal of this blog is to help spread knowledge and ideas regarding audio production in electronic music. In my experience learning how to make electronic music, I have learned there are many misleading YouTube tutorials with people who don’t know what they are doing. Most of the time, the only place to get good free education about making electronic music usually costs money. Sometimes these online have a small free course that doesn’t show enough to know how to make your mix down on a song sound closer to the pros. In this blog, I am trying to help guide people to a better cirriculum on learning how to make better electronic music without going to an expensive school.
For this blog, I will be using Ableton Live 9.2 as the DAW of choice to showing how to make music. Posts on this blog can also be put into consideration to be done on other DAWs such as FL studio, Logic, Reason, Sony Acid, Etc. Each of these programs do the same thing (EQ, Compres, et) in their own way.
In addition to using Ableton Live, I will also include some 3rd party plug ins. These plug-in’s include Native Instrument’s Massive and PSP vintage warmer 2 which are not free plug-ins. Other plug-ins that will be used are free and will be linked to find.
Below is where you can check out any of my projects. If you’re interested in collaboration or talking production you can email me at email@example.com or hit me up on Facebook.