Attention Producers: Save 80% on The Loop Loft’s Platinum Pack

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Big news for producers, sound designers, and every artist in between: The Loop Loft‘s massive 7GB Platinum Pack is on sale, and it’s marked down 80% right now.

The kit features 34 of their most popular loop and sample collections, ready and expertly mixed to drop into your own projects.

You can preview the pack on Loop Loft’s SoundCloud here:

The Platinum Pack is rated 5 stars on over 100 user reviews, and is currently on markdown from $939 to $187. Go cop yours now!

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Want to learn more about music production? Try Mmmmaven’s Music Production Program.

Come to Our Workshop! An Introduction to Ableton Live [5/29]

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Learn the basics of electronic music production for free tonight with Ableton Live, from creating drum loops and bass lines, to effects, mixing, and even live performance. We will go over the layout of Live’s interface and talk about easy to learn techniques to get a song started with instruments and effects included in Ableton Live. This will be a great learning opportunity for aspiring producers looking to make their own electronic music as well as experienced music makers of all styles and skill sets.

Mitchell Owens, recent Berklee College of Music grad, is a composer and producer that makes hip-hop inspired electronic music under the moniker Subalias.

Originally a guitar player, he became inspired by the hip-hop of the early 90’s and the fusion electronic beat scene that had its start in L.A.

With over five years of using Ableton Live, Mitchell has crafted unique ways of melding many synthetic elements with organic recorded sound and performs using a system of live looping and clip launching in Ableton Live, derived from the art of controllerism.


15% Off Through Memorial Day


During Together Boston this year, we got a little too wrapped up in things to make good on our prospective students to get them a special 15% off classes during the very busy week.

So we’re extending the offer through Memorial Day weekend. Simply use the code TGTHR6 at check out to get the discount.

Don’t believe the classes work? Take a look at our reviews on Google Places.


The 15% applies to all courses, from DJing to Music Synthesis to our Summer Camp to our powerful Ableton course, where musicians can make their music shine, sound different and become more modern-sounding than ever.

Just listen to Nick:


What about our popular DJ course? Does the 15% discount apply to that? Yes it does. Within two months time you’ll be set up with your first gig. Part of what you’re paying for is the certificate.

With the DJ Certificate, you don’t have to prove you’re a DJ as much as show them the piece of paper you earn.

It’s true! Just see what Esther had to say:


Maybe the best thing about the experience is that hands-on intimate environment. Inside, you’ll get all your questions answered and get everything you intended out of the course. We’ve graduated Bollywood DJs, 10 year-old superstars and experimental composers. We’ve had hip-hop heads, ambient/krautrock lovers and synthesis gurus roll through.

Maybe it’s best to kick it to Nguyen:

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Visit our courses page and pick what’s best for you. Then use code TGTHR6 to get a full 15% off your order.

This will be our biggest discount until the holidays so take advantage of this great offer. You can also call 617.849.9321 with questions or email

Your time is now.

3 Reasons You Should Be Psyched To Have A Ticket To Bakermat


This Friday Mmmmaven and Bowery Boston are teaming up to present one of the hottest new talents in dance music, Bakermat at The Sinclair in Cambridge. This show’s long since been sold-out, but here’s a few quick reminders as to why you guys snatched up all those tickets in the first place.

1. Bakermat is one of the leaders of the tropical house movement.

“Tropical house” is a nascent subgenre of house music that favors slowed tempos and emphasizes plenty of Caribbean instrumentation in its mixes.  Bakermat’s emotionally-charged music features its fair share of horns, steel drums, and marimba in its rhythmic grooves, thereby crucially playing off the vibes without ever really topping out too high on the BPM scale.

2. This is probably your last chance to see him a small venue.

Bakermat is still a relatively young project for the Dutch-born Lodewijk Fluttert as he put out just his fourth release- the “Teach Me” single-under the moniker in early January. Bakermat has come a long way in just three short years, and as his curated stage at this past summer’s Tomorrowland suggests, dude is en route to blowing up around the world in a big way. That exposure hasn’t quite made it stateside yet, but this is just his first North American tour. We predict he’ll be at a much bigger venues on the next go-around, and they’ll probably sell out too.

Barkermat – Live At Tomorrowland 2014, Bakermat & Friends Stage, Day 6 (Belgium) – 27-Jul-2014 by Freelivesets on Mixcloud

3. You might just fall in love with someone there.

To say Bakermat’s music is romantic is an exercise in extreme restraint. This stuff is all vibes all the time: a near-perfect blend of soothing instrumental work and thumping 4/4 beats that never work itself up too hard. It’s the ideal soundtrack to making a new connection.

This 18+ show is sold out, but The Sinclair is likely to open up a few tickets at the door. Stay in touch with us or follow Bowery Boston just in case.