Producertech launches Techno & Tech House Production in Live 9 + 25% House courses

Techno & Tech House Production in Live 9

Producertech has introduced Techno & Tech House Production in Live 9, a music production video course by Paul Maddox of Spektre.

With numerous releases under his own name and his co-productions as Spektre, on labels like Data, Positiva, Tidy and Viscious, Paul Maddox’s music has seen support from the likes of Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin and James Zabiela.

Here, Paul shares the secrets of his success, showing how he creates the track ‘Let You Go’ in a step-by-step guide. Sign up now to get 25% off!

Music-Courses House courses 25% off

Music-Courses is also offering a 25% discount on its House courses.

To give you more spending money for your holidays, Producertech are offering 25% off all our recent house production courses.

Just enter the following codes on the basket page to apply the discount.

More information: Music-Courses

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