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I’ve put together a comprehensive glitch hop production course that will help you become an advanced glitch hop producer in 6 weeks. The skills you gain will benefit you for years to come. You will learn how the best glitch hop producers in the world approach sound design, arrangement, mixing and mastering. This course will teach you the methodology, tools and mindset needed to become a successful glitch hop producer – and make any style of glitch hop that will have a huge impact on your listeners. How to use advanced glitching methods to give your tracks more impact True glitch hop production is not about ‘normal’ ‘conventional’ approaches to music production. It’s a process of experimentation and out-of-the-box thinking to sound design and arrangement. It’s what separates wannabes from glitch hop pros. Amateurs use typical approaches, while the pros uncover new methods through advanced experimentation.
After you take this course you’ll be able to identify all the places where your track is lacking impact, then apply a wide range of glitching techniques to your sound design, arrangement and mixdowns to craft a glitch hop track that has a real emotional impact on your listeners. Proven techniques, tested and tweaked Many of the techniques shown in this course have been discovered by top glitch hop producers who were guests on the BassGorilla Podcast. I’ve tried and tested these techniques to be able to break them down step-by-step and demonstrate them to you, while making a track from start to finish so that you can see how each of these processes fit together You can watch step by step, over my shoulder as I remake the track from start to finish. The 12 hours are broken down into 6 weeks, averaging around 2 hours of video content per week.