The hardest part of Melodic Techno Production

Become proficient at

Many melodic techno producers swears that low end is the hardest to get right. In this course, we will demystify the whole low end production process with concrete examples. We will first go through common low end elements, then we will create common types of melodic techno low end and then take a closer look on low end examples from various professional tracks. Once we got this part right, we will even take a look at a bit more advanced low end concepts that can help you to take your low end to next level.

Course curriculum

What is inside?

  1. 01
    • What is inside this course?

    • Common bpm and styles

  2. 02
    • Kick

    • Subbass

    • Bass

    • Tom

    • Ghost Percussion

  3. 03
    • Driving Low End from Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Rumble Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Rolling Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Reese Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Groovy Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Stereo Low End + A Professional Example

    • Legato Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Sub and Tom Low End From Scratch + A Professional Example

    • Comment here for which additional low end examples you want to me to add in this course

  4. 04
    • Pultec Method

    • Parallel Processing

    • Creative Return FX

    • Audio Rendering and Phase Alligning

    • Referencing

    • Speaker and Phone Test

Bonus course materials

In addition, you will get all these extra course materials once you purchase the course

  • Project files

    During the course, you will get project files that Yalcin creates while explaining each low end. On top of that, Yalcin has prepared examples from professional tracks so that you can take a close look how professionals creates their low end.

  • Sample & preset packs

    We have prepared special sample & preset packs for you to go along with the course. So that you can use pristine quality resources when you go back and start producing your own tracks.

  • Posters and cheat sheets

    Everything is easier when you have right visualizations and quick look-up examples. You will receive professionally designed posters and cheat-sheets to help you keep inspired even after the completion of the course.

Professionally designed posters and sheets

Carefully designed for a perfect learning experience

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FAQ

  • Who is my course instructor?

    Your course instructor will be Yalcin Efe. Many people know Yalcin from Youtube channel youtube/c/YalcinEfe. Yalcin has been releasing music for many years under alias "biskuwi", and placed continiously Top 3 in Melodic Techno charts on Beatport. In addition, Yalcin's tracks has gotten editorial support from Spotify playlists such as Electronic Rising, Techno Bunker, LowKey Tech, Truly deeply House and so on.

  • Are samples/presets royalty free? Can I use them in my projects?

    Apart from professional examples that are shown in the course, everything is royalty free and you are free to use any material that you get during the course in your future production. In fact, we encourage you to use them as much as possible, as we can guaranty the pristine sonic quality of our materials.

  • Will I get future updates if I purchase the course now?

    Yes, of course! We will be continiously adding new chapters in the course as music production always evolves. If there are new low end types, or if there is a question that many students wonder; it will be added as a new chapter. Therefore, this course will be ever living content. Purchasing now is probably the best option as the price may go up in the future due to addition of new materials and chapters.

  • What do I need to follow the course?

    All the presets and samples will be provided to you during the course. The main synthesizer that is used during the course is Xfer Serum due to its popularity between producer community. However, you can download free synthesizer Vital and replicate all the steps with it if you don't own Xfer Serum.

  • Do I need to own Ableton Live to follow the course?

    Probably not. As the techniques shown in the course are universal and can be applied in any DAW. But course instructor will be using Ableton Live as a DAW.