Tech House Template Bundle
Expand your skill Set & finish more music
11+ Tech House For Ableton Live • Styles Include:
Templates Help You...
Expand Your Skill set
Finish More Music
11+ Professional Templates
Plus — Get future templates for FREE!
Eli Brown/Toolroom — "Freaky Shit" Template (Ableton 9)
Latmun — "Who Da Fuq" Template (Ableton 9)
Solardo — "Synthetic" Template (Ableton 9)
PAWSA — "Jello" Template (Ableton 9)
FISHER — "R U Mad" Template (Ableton 10)
Josh Butler — "Definitely Happening" Template (Ableton 10)
+ 5 Exclusive Templates
(1) Shiba San — "Timba" Template (Ableton 10)
(2) Defected — "Precious Love" Template (Ableton 10)
(3) Mihalis Safras — "I Want You" Template (Ableton 10)
(4) Walker & Royce — "Tomorrow" Template (Ableton 10)
(5) Vanilla Ace — "Crates" Template (Ableton 10)
Look Inside Some Templates
"Definitely Happening" Template (Josh Butler Style)
"Who Da Fuq" Template (Latmun Style)
Start To Finish - "Freaky Shit" (Eli Brown Style)
*This course is available on YouTube, but I broke it down into modules for easy referencing in the private members area.
Track Deconstructions & Artist Breakdowns
Some Customer Love
Everything was so balanced and clear. I was impressed by the simplicity of all the channels and plugins used. Still trying to figure out how you got that kick to sounds so fat. 😅 I like organization so the color coding was great. — Jay Morales
I like how simple the template was. It was easy to understand and I was able to quickly work out where the key elements for the track sat and how they worked in the arrangement. — Carl Chestworth
Arrangement and soundwise, it's the best template so far that i came across. The song sounds smart and elegant; simple but not sparse. It's inspiring that you get this sound with stock plugins and don't rely on buss or master processing to warm up the sound or give it an edge. — Ozan Ülke
I really liked having a visual guide to gain staging all of the different elements of a pro style track, specifically in the low end. This is something I think we all struggle with and this template has made me way more confident in my ability to dial in a quality mix. — James Pires
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If you request a refund, you can still keep the templates. There is no way for me to get them back. That's how confident I am that you'll love the templates: I'm assuming ALL the risk. I stand to lose $319 worth of templates and hundreds of hours of work.
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Discover break-through insights for your own music:
Reverse Kick to lead into a drop. Definitely never knew that. Great little tip! — Sean Biondic
The biggest thing I learned was...The use of the EQ at the Mid-High frequency range to make clap samples sound best and pop most in a track. I'll definitely use this for my beats in future tracks as it makes them sound so much more crisp. — Zildjian
The biggest thing I learned was...How to effectively go through many kicks and many claps, not only having to stick to one. Tuning is important as well as the criticalness of the spectrum analyzer. — Justin Nuval
The buss processing workflow in the template was something new to me, and I've already incorporated it in to my own tracks. I was accustomed to grouping elements and processing them that way, but creating the buss is just way better, and I'm honestly a little irritated with myself for never doing it before. — James Pires
The biggest thing I learned was...Creating two types of bass and kicks including a high pass to use at different parts in the song. — Jaimon
What version of Ableton do I need?
Most of the templates are made in Ableton 10.
So if you have the up-to-date version of Ableton, then you will have no problem.
If you're using Ableton 9, I do have templates for this version, although you will have to purchase them individually — HERE.
Ableton 9 Templates:
How do I download my templates?
As soon as you purchase, you'll receive an email giving you access to the ZERMELO members area.
Here, you'll be able to download all your templates. And you have unlimited downloads.
You'll find your free bonuses in the members area too:
- Start To Finish - Freaky Shit
- Track Deconstructions & Artist Breakdowns
What if I have a template request?
Future templates are not guaranteed.
The price you paid is reflective of the value of the product at the date of your purchase.
That being said, I do often add templates -- maybe 3 to 4 per year. And you'll get free access to all future templates.
As a member of the Tech House Template Bundle, your template requests are my priority.
Simply request a template anywhere in the members area.
Or email me at email@example.com
Please email me with your ZERMELO account email. If you attach your receipt to the email, even better! These are ways to flag the priority of your email!
What if I don't like the templates?
If you don't like the templates, you have a 60-day money back guarantee.
Just email me with 60 days of your initial purchase and I'll offer you a prompt refund.
Keep in mind that you get to keep the templates after I issue your refund -- but I'll revoke access to the ZERMELO members area.
In so doing, I'm completely reversing the risk from you to me. I lose $319 worth of templates and hundreds of hours of work.
Are the templates royalty free?
The templates are 100% royalty free -- EXCEPT THE VOCALS.
I cannot give you the rights to release copyrighted material. You have to request the right from the copyright holder.
What I'm about to say is NOT legal advice, but rather my interpretation of the "attitude" surrounding sampled material in the electronic music industry:
"It's better to beg for forgiveness than to ask for permission."
You cannot construe this as a license to release copyrighted material. If you choose to act in a way that's consistent with this "attitude" then you do so at your own risk.
Also, it's assumed that you're not going to release the template 'as is'. You need to change the ideas and melodies in the template in a substantial way.
I won't personally "come after you" if you simply release the templates as they are.
However, producers have done this in the past. And the labels that released the track immediately took the track down after receiving emails, messages, and comments from other producers about the track.
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"THTB - [your question]"