With so many tools available for music creation right at your fingertips, the abundance of option’s and genre’s can seem dizzying and daunting. Berlin–based music software company Ableton knows the feeling, that’s why their new book details the beginning, progressing, and finishing process of making music by using a systemic set of patterns. In other words, the Live software creators have broken down the entire music procedure for all wannabe producers. Written by composer-producer Dennis DeSantis, Ableton’s book Making Music: 74 Creative Strategies For Electronic Music Producers is a smart guide for any aspiring music makers who have felt overwhelmed by today’s music scene, and at only $30 USD, the hardback copy is hardly something you will have to break the bank for. Grab your copy through Ableton’s store.