COURSE MODULES - each 7 hours with break (11:00 to 18 o'clock)
Coach: Julius Holtz

If you need a professional and hands-on introduction to Ableton Live and electronic music production, this course is for you. The course gives an introduction to the DAW (Ableton), an overview of the program's own instruments, synthesizers and audio effects. Here you will learn everything you need to know to get started as a music producer.

You will learn how to put your ideas into practice, how to work in a focused way, how the software works and what it does to produce your individual sound. Project-related practical exercises help you to apply what you have learned directly! Use the social moment of the course to get in touch with other participants and benefit from the professionalism and long experience of your coach, who will be at your side (unlike in a Youtube tutorial). Anytime!

Price: 164,00 Euro
5 to 9 participants

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030 - 250 48 799

COURSE MODULES - each 7 hours with break (11:00 to 18 o'clock)

Day 1 – Ableton Basics
Structure of the program
Record Audio and Midi
Midi vs. Audioclips, Loops, Warping/Time Stretching

Day 2 – Beat Factory
Recording Beats and Programming
Drumrack, Drumkits, Percussion, Rhythm
Beat Programming, Grooves, Swings & Shuffle

Price: 164,00 Euro
5 to 9 participants

About Julius Holtz

Julius Holtz is a Berlin-based composer and producer of electronic music. His work covers an extremely broad musical spectrum. In addition to electronic sounds, Julius also produces stage music for contemporary dance, sound installations and soundtracks for cinema productions and internationally broadcast television series. As a private coach, he teaches beyond the borders of Germany and also counts some well-known stars of the music business among his clients.

Julius Holtz works with Ableton Live
Working with Ableton live

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Musikstudio Ohrpheo

Music school and venue

Contact & Consulting

Phone: (030) 250 48 799

Here you can find us

Jablonskistr. 15
10405 Berlin

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