Learn how to make Progressive House in Ableton Live in the style of Ben Böhmer, Lane 8 and Anjunadeep in this Progressive House tutorial.
In this step-by-step progressive house production tutorial, I (almost) ONLY use the stock plugins that come with Ableton Live 10, and you can download it for free and play ’til your little heart’s content – breaking apart my methods and using them yourself.
If you’ve ever wondered how to make music like Ben Böhmer, Lane 8 or other progressive house artists (like those on labels such as Anjunadeep), this will give you insights into how to achieve similar results.
(Grab the free Ableton Live project file here: https://bit.ly/2zoq8A7)
I also use the SoundToys Plugin Bundle every day for production (although I try and use just stock plugins for my YouTube vids so everyone can follow along): Here is my affiliate link if you want to buy it and support my blog: http://bit.ly/2QWKEyC
Ben Böhmer is known for his beautiful melodic and harmonic compositions, using a combination of orchestral instruments and synths and samples.
His music is emotive and delicate, and that is the vibe I am going to show you how to capture in your own music today.
The record label “Anjunadeep” release melodic progressive house in general, and if you want to get your music released on Anjunadeep, this tutorial will help you.
This isn’t only a tutorial on how to make progressive house in Ableton Live, though…you can use the same methods in FL Studio or Logic X, to produce your own progressive house in the style of Ben Böhmer, Lane 8 or other Anjunadeep artists.
This tutorial goes through all the steps, including…
- Kick and bass processing
- Chord progressions
- Freeze reverb
- Creating atmosphere
- Sound design
Did you find this useful?
Let me know in the comments below! 😎