- Educational Future Bass Ableton Project File inspired by the style of artists like Ship Wrek, San Holo, Martin Gerrix, Flume.
- Pick up tricks and skills, save valuable time. Apply the same techniques to your own productions right away.
- Ableton Live Standard + Xfer Serum. We are only using these two pieces of software.
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