How to Make a Mashup & Edit Songs for DJing using Ableton — Udemy — Last updated 11/2019 — Free download

Mashups and original edits fill the gap between production, DJing, and mixtapes. These Ableton skills are essential.

What you’ll learn

  • Students will learn how to use Ableton to create original mashups and edits of songs for live (DJ) use as well as for mixtapes and radio shows.
  • You must have Ableton software. It is also recommended (but not required) that you have watched my How to DJ course and/or mixtape courses. Having a DJ controller or DJ decks will also help you (but not required!)


Hey there!

Thanks for checking out my new course on remixing and how to make a mashup!

What is a mashup?

A mashup is taking two (or more) songs and combining elements, like the vocal (acapella) from one song with the beat of another song. So doing, you create a new production that is recognizable but different from the first two songs.

Why did I create this course?

I’ve created companion courses on How to DJ and How to Make a Mixtape (for radio shows or CD). But I felt that there was a huge area in between these two that could have a lot of value.

Somewhere between producing a track from scratch and learning how to mix songs from other people exactly as they arrive from Beatport is a HUGE opportunity: the opportunity for you to stand out and build your own original sound.

How can you advance beyond other DJs if you play the exact same music as everyone else? How can you engage your audience if you just play the hits that they’ve heard a million times?

Making your own mashups and (vocal) edits in Ableton is a GREAT way to stand out and craft your own, unique sonic library. I’m going to show you how to mix songs together from different, electronic-based genres in this course.

And what if you don’t make mashups?

What if your library is full of the same tracks that everyone else has?

You run the risk of DJs before and after you playing the same songs you have, stealing your thunder and limiting your options.

You run the risk of a bored crowd that’s heard it all before.

You’ll miss out on an incredible opportunity for artistic expression.

In this course, I’m going to share with you tips I’ve picked up over a decade of live performance, producing mixtapes and radio shows that garnered over 100k real plays per week on SoundCloud, making mix compilations for Armada Music, and performing at festivals and stages in countries all over the world. I’ll share my tricks for how to remix songs online, for the first time.

I’ve spent many many many years in the DJ scene, and I’m going to break down the most effective way to take songs, vocals, acapellas, and beats, mash them up, and create your own edits for live performance so that you can start building a unique sound that will follow you throughout your career.

But this course isn’t about MY music. Or MY sound.

It’s about how YOU take these concepts and apply them to the genres and styles of music that YOU love.

I’m confident that these techniques can be used for producers, DJs and fans of ALL modern genres of music – anything that could have a vocal over it is fair game.

By now, I’ve taught well over 10,000 students on Udemy, and my goal is to bring you more value with each and every course.

I sincerely hope this course helps you, and if it’s not for you, you can try it risk-free for 30 days and get your money back from Udemy if you didn’t feel it was worth it.

So what do you have to lose?



Who this course is for:

  • Beginner/intermediate DJs and producers who are looking for techniques to mashup (vocal) songs and beats, spicing up live DJ sets and productions.


DJing_Ableton.part1.rar   (download)
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DJing_Ableton.part2.rar   (download)
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DJing_Ableton.part3.rar   (download)
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