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Deadmau5 To Lead A Music Production MasterClass For Students

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Deadmau5MasterClass, an online education platform designed to give aspiring artists and creatives the opportunity to learn from top-of-the-line talent, has just announced Deadmau5 as its latest instructor for electronic music.

 

Deadmau5, known to many as Joel Zimmerman, is celebrated as a leading music and technology mind in modern day electronic music. Enrollment in MasterClass will bring students in for intimate lessons on production, mixing and mastering at his home studio, where the artist will walk through his entire creative process from start to finish.

 

"My MasterClass is a no bullshit look into what it takes to make great music," Zimmerman said on the exciting new opportunity. "This class is designed for you to develop your own style and develop your own sound. If you can impact one person with your music then it is pretty much worth it."

 

With interactive assignments and course materials designed by Deadmau5, the sessions will be engaging, personal and more in-depth than anything he has done before.

 

See a preview of deadmau5's MasterClass below.

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