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From Class to Club

Learn to produce, get signed, and start playing clubs!

When you're first starting out...

You don't know where to begin

When you're just starting out as a producer, the world of music production can be intimidating. You have no idea where to being or what you should use to write music.

Music Theory feels too complicated

Without a music background, how do you know how to write a cohesive track that sounds great?

You don't know how to create a fanbase

Once you start writing music, how do you get in front of other fans like yourself? How do you market your music?

That can all change... Imagine this:

You have all the answers you need

We help you get started with your first DAW for free. Teach you everything you need to know about arrangment and how to writ e your first track!

Theory becomes second nature

We give you the fundamental tools to help you understand what keys are, how notes play with each other, chord structure and so much more!

You're starting to build a fanbase right away

Mixing can make or break your track. Many producers spends hours, if not days trying to perfect their mix to every detail.

Over the time of the course we will help you learn how to market your music. Get in front of the fans that want to hear your music and get signed to your favorite record label!

What does the EDM course cover?

Ableton Intro

Week 1

Your complete introduction into the world of music production

  • Setup Ableton on your laptop

  • Understand the Ableton interface

  • Start creating drum loops & racks

Melody & Drums

  • Learn basic music theory

  • Design more drum loops

  • Start creating your own melodies

Samples & Warping

  • Start implementing samples in tracks

  • Warp and cut samples in Ableton

Week 2

Dive into the world of sampling, warping and vocals

Vocals & Splice

  • Perfect the use of vocals in tracks

  • Learn to use Splice for new samples

  • Write your first track using midi and samples

Audio & Midi Effects

  • Master the use of audio and midi effects

Hardware & Recording

Week 3

Complete guide to recording, hardware, and VST plugins

  • Understand the basic of recording

  • Use midi controllers to start recording

3rd Party VST's

  • Discuss uses of VST's

  • Which VST's you should start using

  • Write another track using 3rd party VST's

Basics of Mixing a Song

  • What is EQ & Compression?

  • Learn how to mix your tracks

Week 4

Dive into the world of advanced audio engineering, record label deals, and self releasing

Mastering Your Track

  • What is mastering?

  • How to use mastering plugins

  • What is loudness in production?

Labels & Releasing

  • What does a record deal look like?

  • How to self-release your track

  • Promoting and marketing yourself

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Why listen to us?

You're probably looking into schools like Full Sail University.
Here's why you DON'T want to go there.

Professors - Not Professionals

Most of the teachers at Full Sail are not working professionals. Over the years, you'll learn from real industry professionals in massive auditoriums with little to no one-on-one time with those individuals.

The Cost to Reward is Terrible

At Full Sail you'll pay $150,000 for a 4 year music degree that doesn't really take you anywhere. No guarantee for a job and no guarantee you will be any better than you were 4 years ago

You're Paying For Connections

At Full Sail you really pay for connections you may or may not make. Being a great music producer requires you to learn from the best that are currently working, like us.

Meet Your Instructor

As an aspiring producer, you have questions. Wired Sound Academy has answers

Meet Landis, your music production teacher. He's released on Hexagon, Spinnin, and Enhanced with over 68 million combined streams.

Played direct support to Don Diablo, Kaskade, Zedd, The Chainsmokers and many more.

While he still tours and is constantly releasing new music, Landis spends a good amount of his time helping producers that are in your exact situation.

His goal is to help teach you the right way to produce music with our EDM course and help you get signed to your dream label.



  • Who is this course for?
    This course is for the beginner and intermediate producer. Whether you've never opened a DAW or have written a handful of tracks, you'll learn the basic of production and how to get your track signed.
  • Why shouldn't I just use YouTube to learn?
    YouTube is great, you can learn just about anything on YouTube. However, many YouTube tutorials are made from a single perspective, usually with 1 single goal in mind. Learning music can be pretty subjective with a wide range of questions to ask. Unfortunately, you can't ask those direct quesitons to a Youtube creator and get a detailed response back. That's why in person learning from a professional can get you immediate answers and point you in the right direction.
  • What do I get from the course?
    Aside from the hours of in person training, you get full access to our facilitiy after graduation. Want to work on some new tracks or come hangout? Feel free to stop by! Receive personal branding and marketing consulting as well as record label contacts to help propel your career after graduation.
  • Where is the course held?
    The course is held in our personal facility in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  • What if I can't afford the course?
    Professional education from someone who works ithe industry's biggest labels and artists is difficult to price. Nevertheless, we understand that some individuals may not be able to afford the full price of the course upfront, so we have payment plans available through Paypal and Affirm.

You probably have some quesitons... That's why we have our most frequently asked questions below


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