Embark on your journey for creating electronic music from the ground up following a step-by-step guide to finish your first tracks

Available mid January 2022




Learn the foundations

Discover a new perspective on electronic music by learning its foundations from the ground up: understand the keys of your track, learn how to take advantage of all the tools at your disposal such as EQ, compression and reverb, and familiarize yourself with key concepts like velocity, automation, or ADSR.

Shape your sound

Identify the purpose of each element of your track, make your sounds stand out and learn how to shape them the way you want, break down percussion and make it sound real, experiment with baselines that groove, and create melodies that take people away into euphoria.

Create a track from scratch

Follow every decision he makes to create a track from start to finish – from the creative ideas to the final master. Grasp the techniques and learn how to build its structure step by step: at the end of the Masterclass, you’ll have a whole track that you can enjoy.


Learn the fundamentals of electronic music and follow every step he takes to create a track from start to finish



A Beginners Guide to create your first tracks

Do you feel like a creative genius yet to discover your true potential? Learning the fundamentals of electronic music will help you bridge the gap between the creative side and the technical side. It’s hard to make great tracks, but there are things that artists do to make it reach people in different ways. Which you can do too.

Download your handbook, follow every step Tim takes to create a track from start to finish, and familiarize yourself with all the tools that you need to become a well-rounded artist. You’ll discover a new perspective on electronic music, so you can bring out those ideas from inside your head – with clean, clear and efficient results.




Tim Penner is a reputable artist who has been involved in nearly every aspect of the digital music industry over the past 20 years. He has written music for film and television, the gaming industry and large public events. Fueled by his passion for music coupled with his diverse experience, Tim teaches his students how to build music with innovation and creativity. Tims passion has led him to share his experience with others.

He has also collaborated with well recognised labels such as JOOF, Cycles, Sudbeat, Black Hole, Proton Music, and his own Slideways Music. His iconic live performances have seen him behind the decks at a plethora of clubs, events and festivals across both North and South America, Australia, and continental Europe.









Introduction to Electronic Music

01 – Introduction to Electronic Music

02 – Fundamentals of A Track

03 – You Are The Band

04 – Learn Your Strengths

05 – What You Will Need

06 – The Four Food Groups

Getting Started With Percussion

07 – Overview of the DAW and Understanding Layers

08 – The Kick

09 – The Percussion

10 – Creating Depth and Width

11 – Applying Velocity

12 – Creating Longer Loops

Building Your Bass

13 – Getting Into The Groove

14 – Expand Your Bass With Layers

15 – Introduction to EQ

16 – Making Things Interesting With Your Bass

Creating Your Melody

17 – Introduction To Melodies

18 – Familiarize Yourself With Keys and Chords

19 – Layering Different Types of Melody

20 – Shaping Synths with ADSR

21 – Complex Simplicity

Adjusting Your Sounds

22 – Physics of Sound

23 – Organizing and Structuring Groups

24 – Shaping Sounds with Effects

25 – Complexifying Sequences and Simplifying Melodies

Your Arrangement

26 – Duplicating Channels and Layering Sequences

27 – Expanding on Kicks

28 – Composing For Your Track Style

29 – Track Arrangement

30 – Starting On Automation

Practice And Play

31 – Detailed Structure and Arrangement

32 – Transitions, FX Samples, and Layered Percussion

33 – Adding Textured Layers

34 – Finishing is Half the Battle

Submitting Your Track

35 – Refresh Your Ears

36 – Mixdown and Clean Up

37 – What is Compression?

38 – Final Mixdown and Premaster Prep

39 – Final Premaster with Group Stems

40 – Feedback, Final Words and Conclusion