Loopmasters has launched a sale on two video tutorial courses from Producertech.

Chill Trap and Future Bass Production with Maschine is a course by CAPSUN, who takes you through the process of creating a chill trap and future bass track from scratch.

Chill Trap and Future Bass is the one of the hottess styles of electronic music right now, popularised by producers such as Flume, Wave Racer and Ryan Hemsworth. In this new course from Producertech, Brighton based producer CAPSUN invites you into his studio to share the secrets behind producing a track in this style with Native Instruments Maschine.

CAPSUN is a well respected figure amongst producers, known for his meticulous sound design skills which have seen him release a slew of highly successful sample packs with Loopmasters, Native Instruments and his own CAPSUN Pro Audio Label. He also has a string of successful productions under his belt, with releases on Stripes Records and electronic music giant All Trap Music.

In the course, CAPSUN takes you through the construction of a chill trap and future bass track from scratch, starting off with melodic strings and dreamy arpeggios, before moving on to booming 808 bass, crisp snares, percussion, vocal chops and SFX. The course focuses on getting the best out of both the Maschine software and hardware, with CAPSUN giving you a real insight into his workflow and production methods.

In Making Music with Ableton Push, Rob Jones shows how to make music with the Ableton Push controller.

Push, the hardware controller from Ableton, gives you powerful control over Live’s many features and the expressive abilities to create truly musical productions. With years of experience as a producer and DJ, Ableton Live Trainer and Course Director at Producertech, Rob Jones has both a wealth of knowledge and huge experience as a presenter, making him the best person to give you a deep insight into how to put Push at the centre of your workflow.

In this comprehensive three hour course, you’ll discover the massive functionality of Push. You won’t just be shown how it works, instead, Rob gives a detailed tour of its many features, following the natural order you would use to make a track. Individually tackling areas including sampling, drum programming and sequencing, you’ll build drum parts, create basslines and program chords and melodies – truly discovering how to use Push like an instrument. In addition, the course includes a variety of exercises that will have you drumming and playing Push like a pro.

Both courses are on sale at a 33% discount until February 28th, at midnight (PST).

More information: Loopmasters / Producertech