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Hodgson ‘Babylon System’ Ableton Track Masterclass at Take Note 2015

The producer covers layering bass, advanced EQ and transient design plus much more
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First up was DJ and producer Hodgson who broke down his track ‘Babylon System’ in Ableton Live, covering techniques including layering bass, advanced EQ and transient design. Make sure you subscribe to Point Blank’s channel to keep up to date with their latest tutorials and live events.

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