Learn How to Make Beats With Ableton's New Website

No prior knowledge and experience needed to partake.

By //Music

Ableton’s Live workstation is one of the most popular beat-making platforms in recent years, widely used by professionals and beginners alike. Now the Berlin-based music software company has created a new website to teach beginners how to make beats and instrumentals with their Live software. Learning Music will allow anybody with a web browser to learn the basics of modern music production. The interactive site provides a handful of lessons on rhythm, scales, chords and song structure. Learning Music is beginner-friendly, teaching the basics of music and production from ground-zero. Check out the website here and have fun.

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