BEATS THAT CHILL is a blog around chill electronic music. I share tutorials on music production, Ableton Live templates and presets.

My name is Nick, I am a musician and producer. I have been making music for over 20 years now. For the past few years, I’m focused on chillout, downtempo and ambient music.

I started this blog to share my knowledge of music production in Ableton Live. I share free Ableton Live templates and presets for Massive and Serum.

Beats That Chill is a blog about chill electronic music production.

We share free chill sample packs, presets and more on a regular basis.

All the content is 100% royalty free and can be used in your music productions.

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A blog around chill electronic music production.

I want to share my one year experience with you about how to make chill electronic music. I will focus on the techniques and the way to make it.

I am not a pro, but I have been learning a lot from people from Soundcloud, Reddit and Youtube. That is why I want to share with you my personal knowledge and what I have learnt from those people.

I will try to update this blog as often as possible.

I’m a beginner producer from France. I’ve been producing chill electronic music for years, but the type of music I produce is not really popular here in France, so I decided to create this blog.

I hope you’ll enjoy my posts and that they will help you in your music production process. If you have any question feel free to send me an e-mail.

I’m a big fan of electronic music – especially electronic music of the chill variety. I started producing my own beats about a year ago, and it has been a very rewarding hobby.

Recently I stumbled upon this blog post outlining a few good practices for producing music. The post outlines how to keep things simple by cutting out features that don’t add much to the track, in order to make room for things that do.

I think most people know the feeling of getting lost in the middle of a project, and ending up with something that sounds too complicated. Or too cluttered, or just not right. This guide is fantastic advice on how to avoid these pitfalls and make solid beats every time!

The idea is to share with you, music producers and musicians, the experience of a life-time in music production. I’ll tell you about the interesting lessons I learned, the mistakes I made and the best practices that helped me improve my skills.

It’s time to share !

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