Online Electronic Music Production Course


About Online Electronic Music Production:

An audio engineer popularly called a sound engineer is responsible for producing a recording. It can even be a live performance, sound sources balancing and adjusting with equalization and audio effects, reproduction, mixing, and reinforcement of the sound. It is emerging out as one of the most prestigious profiles in the music industry.


Why Join an Online Electronic Music Production?

You need to know about different areas of music production if the desire is to be a part of the competitive and Glamorous music industry. Sound engineering forms a critical part of the audio industry. The professionals in this field need to be efficient in sound equalization, selecting a proper microphone, etc. So, if you are looking for a perfect course to get in-depth knowledge of sound engineering, then you can enlist your name in our Online Electronic Music Production.

Our Online Electronic Music Production specialty is that aspirants will get a perfect blend of cutting-edge equipment support and small practical classes. Consequently, it becomes effortless for the students to learn the various aspects of DAW, such as sound equalization, cancellation of the compression phase and setting up a studio, etc.

The experts who work with us and train students have long years of experience in this field.

We assure you to provide a 100 percent placement guarantee after the completion of the Online Electronic Music Production. The training is provided in small-sized batches, and hence all students are being monitored thoroughly. Students will continue to get the guidance and support from the experts even after the completion of the course. This online sound engineering course is perfect for those who want to start a career in the music and film industry.



3 months  (80 hours session) extra classes if the faculty feels that the student needs more time to understand the concept.


INR 1,00,000/-


The student doesn’t require any past knowledge or qualification to learn the art of music production, yet if the student has so, it will help to grasp concepts more easily.


The Interface & The Basics,

  • Arrangement View
  • Session View
  • Whats New in Live 10
  • Info View, Help View, and “Learning how to Learn” Ableton Live
  • Using the Clip Slot Grid
  • Live’s Signal Flow


 Recording & Warping 

  • Recording Audio
  • Recording MIDI
  • Recording to the Arrangement
  • Editing Audio and MIDI
  • Automation
  • The Groove Pool
  • Full Track Deconstructions
  • Recording Hardware Setup
  • Microphone Types and Options
  • Microphone Placement
  • Audio Interface Needs
  • Single and Multitrack Recording
  • MIDI Hardware Needs
  • MIDI Setup
  • MIDI Recording


  Editing & Producing 

  • Looping
  • Locators
  • Key Mapping
  • Reversing Clips
  • Time Signatures Changes (session and arrangement)
  • Meter Changes (session and arrangement)
  • Adding harmony
  • Working with vocal samples
  • Creating beats
  • Working with one-shots
  • Slice to MIDI for beat production
  • Drum racks
  • Consolidating
  • Recording/Writing Drum grooves
  • Layering Synths
  • Freezing & Flattening
  • Audio Effects
  • Automating Effects
  • Side-Chaining
  • Routing & Bussing
  • Resampling


 Sound Design and Samplers  

  • Synthesis Basics
  • Types of Synthesis
  • Physical Modeling Synthesis
  • Elements of Synthesis
  • Live’s Analog Instrument
  • Live’s Collision Instrument
  • Live’s Electric Instrument
  • Live’s Impulse Instrument
  • Live’s Tension Instrument
  • Live’s Operator Instrument
  • Live’s Simpler Instrument
  • Live’s Sampler Instrument
  • Multisamples and Zones
  • Sampler Orchestras


Audio and MIDI Effects 

  • Racks!!!!
  • Instrument Racks
  • Chain Selector
  • Macros in Racks
  • Drum Racks
  • Choke Settings
  • The External Instrument
  • MIDI Effects
  • Arpeggiator
  • Chord MIDI Effect
  • MIDI Effect Racks
  • Note Length MIDI Effect
  • Pitch MIDI Effect
  • Random MIDI Effect
  • Scale MIDI Effect
  • Velocity MIDI Effect
  • Audio Effects
  • The three types of Audio Effects
  • ALL Ableton Audio Effects (and how to use them!)
  • Simple Delay
  • Ping Pong Delay
  • Filter Delay
  • Grain Delay
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Reverb
  • Beat Repeat
  • Looper
  • EQ Three
  • EQ Eight
  • Auto Filter
  • Amp
  • Cabinet
  • Corpus
  • Dynamic Tube
  • Erosion
  • Frequency Shifter
  • Overdrive
  • Phaser
  • Redux
  • Resonator
  • Saturator
  • Vocoder
  • Compressor
  • Glue Compressor
  • Limiter
  • Multiband Dynamics
  • Gate
  • Auto Pan
  • External Audio Effect
  • Vinyl Distortion
  • Spectrum
  • Tuner
  • Utility
  • Audio Effect Racks
  • Using Effect Rack Presets
  • Building our own Effect Racks
  • Parallel Processing
  • Fade To Grey
  • Performance Racks



  • Controllers and Controllerism
  • MIDI Mapping
  • The Ableton Push Interface
  • The APC40 Interface
  • Follow Actions
  • Legato Mode
  • Launch Modes
  • Launching Clips in Performance
  • Effects Setup for Performance
  • The Crossfader
  • Mapping Controllers for Performance


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