If you’re familiar with multiple sites from our list you can vote for more than one course. However, the same IP address can’t vote multiple times (this keeps it fair).
We will finalize this list by March 12th. Thank you for participating! (** Vote at the bottom of the page)
Dubspot – Dubspot is one of the world’s leading schools for electronic music production, DJing and performance, with campuses in New York City, Los Angeles, and online. One of the world’s first Certified Ableton Training Centers, Dubspot has become the premier school for experienced and aspiring artists alike who want to learn more about the latest music and media technologies and how to use them.
FaderPro – FaderPro’s goal is to help bring their students’ musical vision into the technical realm. Today’s technology allows any musician the opportunity to turn their creativity into actual production. No matter where you are on the artistry scale: from a beginner learning chords to a full-fledged professional, FaderPro will help you better utilize the tools at your disposal so you can make music without losing your inspiration along the way.
Point Blank – Point Blank has been voted “Best Music Production and DJ School” by the readers of DJ Magazine. Established in ’94, Point Blank is known and trusted throughout the world by over 50,000 former students.
Berklee Online – Berklee Online is the online extension school of Berklee College of Music, delivering access to Berklee’s acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world. Berklee Online’s award-winning online courses, multi-course certificate programs, and Bachelor of Professional Studies degrees are accredited and taught by the college’s world-renowned faculty, providing lifelong learning opportunities to people interested in music and working in the music industry.
Vespers – Having a background as an acoustic musician has helped Vespers to explore and understand the recording, DJing and live performance aspects of Live. His experience includes 7 years of classical piano, 21 years of saxophone, and 11 years of DJing. His knowledge of the program that extends beyond just the studio has been an asset for Vespers. He uses Looper to integrate saxophone and Akai EWI wind synth overdubs into his live performances and uses sampling extensively to create innovative banks of sounds triggered via MIDI during shows. He is a creative innovator, constantly pushing the envelope of what is possible with a fusion of technology and live instruments.
Groove3 – For over 10 years Groove3’s focus has been on providing informative and effective training and content that is easy to follow, yet still in-depth. Their products are currently in use by thousands of musicians, engineers, pro and project studio owners, colleges, universities, trade schools, working professionals and users just like you. They were the first to offer training videos specifically targeted to the pro audio community via online access and the first to offer regular video content updates for their members. They offer the most flexible options for purchasing their training and viewing the content with DRM free downloads, iOS, and Android apps, as well as an intuitive streaming player that you can use from your desktop.
SubBass Music Academy – SubBass DJ’s have gone on to play all over the world for clubs like Ministry of Sound, Pacha, Cable, fabric, Egg, Cargo, Brixton Academy, Space Ibiza, Amnesia Ibiza, Sankeys and many more. SubBass Instructors are all currently working at the top of the dance music scene, so you are learning from people with the most up to date knowledge and the right contacts, to help you get out there into the industry, get gigs and get your tracks released.