Pyramidal Decode is the alias of a techno producer who grew up in Italy and has a wide-ranging style that spans from ambient techno to hard industrial. His music takes listeners on a surreal journey that is both anxiety-inducing and calming at the same time.
He draws inspiration from renowned techno masters and incorporates their techniques into his own creative process and in this tutorial, Pyramidal Decode will demonstrate how he produces his electrifying brand of techno.
Date: 10 March 2022
Time: 11:30PM IST | 7:00PM CET
Platform: Ableton Live
Duration: 120 Mins
Price: ₹2,499 + GST (GST not applicable for international customers)
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What will one learn in this webinar?
Pyramidal Decode is very keen to show you the following topics.
Synths & Sequences
- Synths and sound modeling
- How to make drone tracks and tools
- Sampling for making drums
- Creating kicks and rumbles
Mixing & Mastering
- Mixdown Tips and Tricks
- How to prepare your premaster
- Personal Template Project Analysis
- Track Construction
- How to save your tool and prepare your template project
About Pyramidal Decode
His last EP released on Dead Cert Records
What’s included in this webinar?
- Recorded video for unlimited re-watching
- Sample Pack
- Live Q&A session
Frequently Asked Questions
How are the classes going to be held?
The classes are going to be held over Zoom (a video conferencing app). After registration, you will receive an email from us with the Zoom class ID & Password along with other important instructions. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder and if you have any issues, email us.
How do I pay?
You can pay with either your debit card, credit card, or UPI. Follow the link below and proceed to payment.
What software do I need?
The course is taught in Ableton Live but you’ll also learn technical information & production tricks that could be easily applied to any DAW.
What if I have a few more questions?