5 weeks (10 hours)



Tuesdays & Saturdays



Online, Melbourne, Sydney





Age 18+




Ableton Skills 2 is a 5-week intermediate program designed to build on the techniques introduced in the Ableton 1 course or for those looking to take their electronic music production skills to the next level.  This course is geared towards users who already have experience using the software or are looking to transition to Live from another DAW, and have general experience creating music in other programs. You will learn how to manipulate audio, creative effects and arranging.

AIM’s short courses are a great way to further your knowledge in the world of music. 

An exciting choice of learning opportunities, combined with AIM’s state of the art facilities and professional staff, creates a unique environment to inspire you. 

Courses are delivered on-campus in Sydney, Melbourne and available online, so you can participate in any way you like!

Book 30 days in advance for 10% discount. Apply EARLYBIRD10 promo code.


Call our admissions team on 02 9219 5444 or 03 8610 4241

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