So far, 2021 has been a great year for tech house. Artists like Dom Dolla, John Summit, Chris Lake, Biscits, VNSSA, and many others have released a slew of hot records, keeping the genre exciting, unpredictable, and excellent for listeners and DJs alike. Even with the unfortunate (current) lack of festivals and club life, tech house’s popularity shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
But there’s more good news. If you’re looking to learn tech house production seriously, now is the time. Ableton Certified Trainer Ian Gallagher (aka DJ IBG) has spent the last year and a half carefully studying this eclectic genre from the inside out. Practically glued to his studio desk, he’s been honing and refining his skills in this genre — dissecting his favorite producers, creating templates, and composing his own songs.
That’s why now he’s super excited to present some of his favorite tips, tricks, and techniques selected from this time of intense focus. This means you have a unique opportunity to learn up-to-the-moment tech house production techniques and skyrocket your musicianship. If you want to send your tech house songs out to DJs, record labels, or streaming platforms, this course will enhance your production skills and give you an edge against the competition.
So, follow along as Ian guides you through the song creation process in a natural and motivating way. You’ll learn tech house-specific drum programming, music theory, sound design, sample selection, genre history, and much more. We promise you’ll get inspired.
You’ll also receive the full Ableton Live session of the song created in the course. This way, if you missed something, need clarification, or want to examine a fully-produced tech house jam, it’s all a mouse click away.
Long story short, if you want to learn how to make a banging tech house track look no further.