Specialist Certificate

Ableton Live

Next Term Starts April 3

A great electronic music composer keeps pace with emerging techniques and styles as well as current music software, and Ableton Live—a music sequencer and digital audio workstation (DAW)—is one of the most progressive applications available for composing, songwriting, recording, producing, beatmaking, remixing, and performing. As you combine technical skills with an analysis of a variety of electronic music styles in this program, you’ll be poised to produce your best beats, harmonies, bass lines, grooves, melodies, and effects, whether you’re a producer in the studio or a DJ in the club.

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3 Required Courses to Complete this Certificate

Producing Music with Ableton Live

Remix and produce in any number of contemporary styles, including drum and bass, R&B, breakbeat/trance and house music using Ableton's Live audio and MIDI sequencing software, a sequencer you can play like an instrument.

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Performing with Ableton Live

Learn how to use Ableton Live for real-time, dynamic live performances. This course is designed for students with diverse backgrounds—from music producers, DJs, singer/songwriters, and electronic music artists to music directors, podcasters, pastors, and YouTubers.

Advanced Music Production with Ableton Live

Based on feedback from Ableton Live users, this advanced course offers a forward-thinking approach to recording, editing mixing and mastering using Ableton Live.


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Enroll by March 13 to Save Up to $200 on Select Orchestration, Arranging, and Songwriting Courses

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