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Analog Vibes Chords - Sound Design Tutorial in the Style of Anjunadeep

Melodic Techno Sound Design with Wavetable.

In this video above, we are creating "Analog Vibes" Chords in the Style of Ben Bohmer - Vale (Anjunadeep) using only Ableton Live Wavetable and stock effects. 

This type of sound can be used for a all types of tracks in the genres around Melodic Deep, Melodic Techno, Melodic House and to achieve a sound similar to artists like Rodriguez Jr., Stephan Bodzin, Einmusik, Ben Böhmer among others.

Time Codes for the Video:

00:00 Final Result

00:35 Intro

01:00 Getting started

01:17 Selecting Oscillators

03:18 Filter

04:20 Adding Filter Modulation

06:30 Adding Pitch Modulation

11:30 Adding Audio FX Chain

14:00 Playing Result


Learn how to produce for labels like Anjunadeep

In the course below, we are going to produce a complete track in the style of Ben Böhmer for the Anjunadeep label (sub label of Anjunabeats). We are working from start to finish, only using Ableton Live. We are calling this style "Melodic House".


>>> GO TO Course: Melodic House Track from Start To Finish in Ableton


What you are getting:

✓ A complete start-to-finish production course, watch all tutorials at your own pace, as many times as you want and then use the techniques for your own music.

✓ 25+ Studio sessions with Francois / PML

✓ 6h+ online video sessions with lifetime-access

 Bonus: Ableton Project File created in this course (using Ableton Live 10.0.6 Standard (or higher) + Wavetable) and all samples used are included as well.

How is this course structured?

Part 1: Setup & Introduction

In this part we are setting up Ableton, downloading the files, talking about the general workflow and getting started.​

Part 2: Building the basics (Arrangement View)

In this part we are starting with the production of a drum pattern, adding kicks, claps, high hats and other percussion elements. We then tweak those sounds to taste and add effects to make them sit nicely together. We're also adding the first instruments, bass sounds, stabs, pads and arp​eggios. Then, we're designing effects to support the general atmosphere of the track.

Part 3: Putting it together

This part is focussed on the song arrangement. We are discussing how to set up a typical club arrangement, where to add tiny and longer break parts, how to develop tension ​and when and how to release it. We're producing intro and build-up parts, the arrangement towards our main drop and the developments after the main drop as well as the outro.

Part 4: Working on transitions

This section is focussed on fine-tuning the arrangement, we are trying to get our transitions as natural and smooth as possible, making use of lots of tricks and effects along the way.​

Part 5: Finalizing - Mixing and Mastering

In this finalizing part we are cleaning up our project to prepare it for our mixing stage. The mixing stage is one of the most important steps before mastering, so we are trying to get everything as clean and well organized as possible. We are talking about different mixing techniques in this part too. Then we are entering the mastering stage, setting up a complete mastering chain using only Ableton built-in effects and discussing why we are choosing the elements in that way. ​


Learn more about the course here:


Get the Ableton Project file from this video:


Keywords: How to Ben Böhmer, Melodies and Chords in the style of Ben Böhmer from Anjunadeep / Ton Töpferei 

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