We’re excited to announce that we’ve updated our popular online music-making tool, Music Machine. Point Blank’s Music Machine is endorsed by BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong and lets music producers and DJs create beats on the fly. It features an online loop sequencer capable of putting full tracks together using a selection of choice loops from across multiple genres.
For anyone who’s not familiar with Music Machine, it’s dead easy to use and obtain impressive results – just drag your loop from the style of your choice and start making music right in your browser. Want to see Music Machine in action? Then start mashing up synths, basslines, beats and more yourself here.
Music Machine is a fantastic intro to the world of music production. Just select your favourite genre out of grime, garage, hip-hop, trap, deep house, funky house, drum n bass, electro and rock, drag your beats into the user-friendly Music Machine and start producing.
If you’re looking for a more in-depth way to learn music production, we would highly recommend checking out our online courses. At Point Blank, you can learn everything from basic to advanced beat-making in Ableton Live and Logic Pro as well as the art of mixing, mastering, music business, radio and much more.
We are hosting virtual open days this month for our Online (April 16th), London (April 23rd) and LA (April 23rd) schools, where you can find out all about our courses, meet our expert team and see exactly how it all works at Point Blank. Book your place at our virtual Open Days here.
In addition, we’re currently offering a massive 25% off your course fees if you book with our online or LA schools before the 18th May. If you’ve got any questions about our courses be sure to contact us.
Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More
When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!
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