Boost your career with the DJ from elrow & Florida 135

 

 

 

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Description

For DJs and Producers

Access over 6 hours of content to discover his career secrets, and learn how to create and promote your own brand.

 

Dive deep into his projects

Get your hands on the original projects from his most populars tracks, including the official remix of “Mitad y Mitad” by Kase.O.

 

Download his Ableton project

Download the Ableton project of his track “Complicated” and use his tricks to discover your own sound.

Watch him work in the studio

Follow his production techniques in the studio, learning the plugins and templates he uses.

Prepare your DJ set

Learn how he prepares his music, playlists, cues and tags, taking advantage of the key features of the Pioneer DJ Rekordbox.

Improve your DJ skills

Improve your mixing techniques with Pioneer CDJs and discover all the secrets from the DJ at elrow and Florida 135.

Instructor

Established as one of the most respected Spanish DJs and producers on the Techno scene, Andrés Campo began his career in his hometown Huesca and quickly gained recognition. His residency at Florida 135 and elrow, along with many international shows, have led him to sign with labels such as Intec (by Carl Cox) and Second State (by Pan-Pot), and most recently launching his EI8HT label with his close friend Eats Everything.

As well as his undoubted brilliance as a music producer and DJ, Andrés Campo is an engaging, amusing, open-hearted character who always connects with his crowd. Through his music, he evokes his fan’s love, affection and endless appreciation… though if anyone’s thinking of inviting him for dinner or a beer, make sure it’s gluten-free. Forever drawing larger and larger crowds on the dance floor, his multitude of followers are growing in size and support.

PREMIUM MASTERCLASS

AUDIO SPANISH

SUBTITLES ENGLISH

LIFETIME ACCESS

4K QUALITY

57 Chapters

Lessons:

Professional Career:

01 – My Career

02 – Setting your Goals

03 – Becoming a Professional

04 – Becoming International

05 – Booking Agency

06 – Hospitality Rider

07 – Management

08 – Public Relations

09 – Resident DJ

10 – Warm Up

11 – Closing

12 – Artist Relationship

Creating your Brand:

13 – Create your Brand

14 – Social Media

15 – Promotion Tools

16 – Building a Label

17 – Sound Identity

18 – Working with your Team

19 – Artist Relationship: New Artists

20 – Tips to Submit your Demos

21 – Label Finances

Production Techniques:

22 – My Studio

23 – Hardware Setup

24 – Ableton Live: Plugins

25 – Ableton Workflow Template

26 – Creating a Track from Scratch

27 – Track Review: Complicated

28 – Track Review: Mitad y Mitad

29 – Track Review: Too Late

30 – Reference Tracks

31 – Outsourcing Mastering Services

32 – Sound Libraries

DJ Techniques:

33 – Intro for DJs

34 – General Tips

35 – Music Portals

36 – Demos

37 – Rekordbox: Importing Music

38 – Rekordbox: Grid

39 – Rekordbox: Tags, rating and comments

40 – Rekordbox: Cue points and Hot cues

41 – Rekordbox: Audio Tools

42 – Rekordbox: Playlists

43 – Rekordbox: Playlist for your DJ set

44 – Rekordbox: Exporting Music

45 – USB Hard Drive

46 – Mixer

47 – FX

48 – CDJs

49 – Recorders

50 – CDJ Link Sync

51 – Headphones

52 – Ear Protection

53 – Mixing & EQ

54 – Loops & Hot cues

55 – Using FX to Create Tension

56 – Vocal Acapellas

57 – Finishing a set