Learn from his skills
Discover how he creates and processes drum patterns, 303 acid lines, and rave and industrial grooves.
Inside his tracks
Get deep into the Ableton projects of some of his Top tracks like ‘Still Raving’ and ‘Nasty Boys’.
Download and create
Download his Ableton Live project template and his 303 loops pack and use it for your own tracks.
Ableton Live 11 template + stems
Download the Ableton Live 11 project from the track he creates from scratch, and learn how he processes his audio and midi tracks with Ableton’s stock plugins.
303 Loops Pack
The loops pack contains more than 30 24-bit royalty-free files with Acid Techno basslines created by Regal.
Regal is one of Techno’s most exciting talents of recent years. Since 2012 he has quickly established himself as one of Techno’s most in demand artists, remixing acts like Nina Kraviz, Ellen Allien, Emmanuel Top and more, not to mention collabs alongside Len Faki, Alien Rain or Amelie Lens. Further bolstering his reputation, his own tracks have been remixed by heavyweights such as Mark Broom or Radio Slave and upcoming star Hadone.
Known for his ability to move between influences and sub-genres, his style is eclectic as he draws from pockets of sound across the electronic sphere, with tinges of Trance and Acid undercurrents at the centre of his ever-evolving sound, tailoring the perfect mix between strong rhythms and melodies that enchant the soul. As a DJ, Regal’s dynamic and impactful style has led him to play well-known sets across a host of renowned clubs and festivals such as Berghain, Awakenings, DGTL and Exhale, whilst he also is a core resident at KHIDI, one of the key clubs at the forefront of Tbilisi’s thriving Techno scene.
Along with homing his own tracks and collabs, Regal’s imprint Involve has established itself as one for the main techno labels. Known for delivering the best 303 infused acid sounds, the imprint has welcomed artists including Boston 168, FJAAK and Alignment.
01 – My First Contact with Music
02 – Becoming a Professional
Creating and Processing Drums:
03 – Creating Drum Kicks
04 – Creating Drum Patterns
05 – Processing Drums
My Essential Grooves:
06 – Industrial
07 – Rave
08 – 303 Acid Lines
The Acid Sound:
09 – Defining Acid Sounds
10 – 303 Hardware Emulations
11 – 303 Software Emulations
12 – Tips to Create Acid Sequences
13 – Processing Acid Lines
14 – Recording Acid Lines
15 – Processing Audio for Techno
16 – Creating a Track from Scratch
17 – Track Review: Still Raving
18 – Track Review: Nasty Boys
Managing Involve Records:
19 – Creating a Label
20 – Running an International Label
21 – Tips to Submit your Demos