Happy 4th of July! 10% Off All Courses in NYC & Online Till July 5th at Midnight

July 4th Special! Take 10% Off All Courses in NYC & Online until July 5th at Midnight! If you need help choosing a course, or for more information about this promotion, call us at 1.877.DUBSPOT (1.877.382.7768), or, or email us. *Discount applies to eligible courses that are paid in full at time of registration. Payment Plans are not eligible for this discount. Orders must be placed before 11:59pm EST on July 5, 2011.


In December, Dubspot introduced a groundbreaking new DJ program, Digital DJing with Traktor Pro 2, a three level course that reflect the present landscape DJing with Native Instruments next generation DJ technology, harnessing traditional as well as cutting edge DJ concepts and techniques.  Dubspot instructors and course designers DJ Shiftee and Endo, breakdown the program in this video. Read more.

Digital DJing Program w/ Traktor Pro 2

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Dubspot’s Digital DJing w/ Traktor: Course Overview – DJ Shiftee & DJ Endo
DJ Endo and DJ Shiftee take you through the three levels of Digital DJing with Traktor Pro 2 program from the crucial and fundamental DJ skills such as beat-matching and blending two songs to advanced techniques and tricks like applying chained effects, harmonic mixing, and live remixing on the fly.


Mixing & Mastering Program

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Transform rough ideas and basic compositions into dance floor bangers and sonically pleasing commercial quality masters.

Learn the well-kept industry secrets of EQ, compression, panning, level balancing, reverb and special effects from platinum mix/mastering engineer, Daniel Wyatt, senior Dubspot Instructor. This program gives you everything you need to refine tracks into a clear commercial quality release, including special mixing and mastering techniques for dubstep, techno, house, trance, downtempo, hip-hop, and the gamut of electronically-produced music… Read more.


Dubspot instructor and Mixing & Mastering engineer Daniel Wyatt shows you how to navigate the various features and parameters of iZotope’s Ozone 4 in this brand new video tutorial, the followup to How To Use A Limiter and Mid-Side EQ Technique – a tutorial series in which Wyatt offers tips and techniques for polishing your tracks and give them a finished, professional sound. In this tutorial, Wyatt utilizes Ozone’s Multiband Harmonic Exciter to explain and demonstrate how to add some saturation to your mix and use the exciter signal processing technique to not only bring out the flavors of the elements of your sound but also generate new harmonic content and give your track a warm, fuzzy, and dynamic feel. More about this technique is covered in Daniel Wyatt’s Mixing & Mastering course starting online the week July 3rd and in NYC August 6th.


Sound Design & Synthesis Certificate Program

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Learn to create your own sounds through different techniques and then go beyond the presets, adding a sonic signature to your tracks. For composition with acoustic instruments, we introduce you to the latest sampling technology and give you access to the world’s largest and most diverse sound library. In the advanced levels, you will acquire total control over all aspects of the instruments presented in courses 1 through 3 while practicing genre-based sound design. And with Reaktor, you will get access to some of the more unusual tools of synthesis, step sequencing, beat making and effects: all elements used in today’s cutting edge electronic music.

Dubspot Electronic Music Production Instructor, Synthesis & Sound Design and Logic expert Evan Sutton shows you how to navigating various effects parameters of Native Instruments powerful sampler Kontakt, and offers tips and techniques for transforming irregular audio samples into rich, harmonic, musical materials. Kontakt 4 already contains a vast and diverse library of samples for you to utilize, but here Even demonstrates how to morph a peculiar vocal sample – by editing, slicing, time-stretching, pitch-shifting, and syncing – transforming it into various elements for musical composition.