Make a Future House Track in 6 Hours
with World-Class Producer Hyperbits

Discover the tricks and techniques behind future house production with a pro producer (Ultra, Universal, Armada)

Start to Finish: Future House Edition is a comprehensive 13-video tutorial where renowned producer Hyperbits walks you through the creation of a future house track, explaining the process step-by-step. You’ll pick up tricks, techniques, and develop key production skills that will aid you in your next project.

Who is Hyperbits?

Serik Slobodskoy, better known as Hyperbits or one-half of The Rooftop Boys is an accomplished electronic music producer and educator.

In 2013 he was ranked in Billboard’s “Next Big Sound” chart, and has since released tracks on labels such as Ultra, Universal, and Armada, as well as performed remixes for Beyonce, Nick Jonas, and Felix Jaehn among others.

Add the fact that he’s had over 10 million streams combined across YouTube, Soundcloud and Spotify, and you end up with a world-class producer…

…a world class producer who’s sharing his knowledge with YOU.

“Serik is a production genius! His meticulous approach to so many different aspects of the production process is brilliant. You’ll learn extensively about producing, mixing, mastering, and more! Don’t overlook this incredible opportunity! Oh and he’s a sexy guy.”

– Jenaux

What makes this different?

YouTube is overflowing with tutorials…

…and you don’t need to pay a dime to watch them.

So why buy a course like this?

Well, there are issues with tutorials.

They introduce ideas but don’t expand on them.

They don’t show the big picture…

…and they either leave you overwhelmed (when they lack explanation), or underwhelmed (when they don’t deliver on their promise).

I’m not the only one who thinks this. I’m not making it up. How do I know? I know because I asked my readers the following question:

Are you sick and tired of superficial tutorials?

The response? A resounding YES.

Don’t get me wrong. There are some great tutorials out there, but most of them simply don’t cut it.

The best solution?

The best solution, and the best way to improve and learn as a producer is to be mentored. One-on-one.

But you, like many other producers, might not have that luxury…

…you don’t know any potential mentors. You live in a small town. You can’t justify the high cost of one-on-one coaching.

The reasonable solution

Start to Finish: Future House is the “mid-point” between a good tutorial and one-on-one coaching.

So, what really makes it different?

First of all, it’s made by a professional producer. This guy isn’t some 14-year-old kid in his bedroom re-hashing existing tutorials. Hyperbits is a seasoned and prolific producer.

Second, at 6 hours long, Serik teaches you the “big picture” mindset as well as the technical side.

And finally, it’s a step-by-step walkthrough. From start to finish.

This means that everything you learn will be in context. If you’ve ever wondered where and when to use a certain production technique – you’ll learn it here.

100% money back guarantee

Besides, you’ve got nothing to lose. If you don’t get anything out of the course (which I highly doubt), just get in touch and we’ll refund you. No questions asked.

Note: Serik charges $1200 for his private masterclass, so $89 really is a steal. Believe it or not, I had to haggle down the price (he wanted to sell it for more).

“I just bought this the other day and I can assure everyone thinking of purchasing that they will have invested well… The entire pack should cater from the noob to uber pro no problem. “

– Ross Paul Mills 

Video 1: Creating an Idea (25 min)

If you’re like the majority of other producers, you probably struggle to come up with decent ideas.

Idea generation is perhaps the most important and most challenging part of music production, which is why the first two videos are dedicated to exactly that.

Serik shows that coming up with ideas doesn’t have to be complicated at all.

You’ll discover the benefits to using a basic template, how to create a memorable vocal hook, and how to craft a chord progression around said vocal hook.

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Logic X Templates

    Is it worth using a template? Does it hinder creativity? Let’s find out.

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    Creating a Vocal Chop Idea

    Vocal hooks and chops are characteristic of future and deep house. Learn how to put one together with Output’s Exhale (the techniques can be applied to any plugin or piece of audio)

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    Writing a memorable chord progression

    Chord progressions can be overwhelming. There’s a tendency to overcomplicate them. Hyperbits details an approach that you can use in any genre.

Video 2: Idea Development (47 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Effective drum programming

    Drums are an incredibly important element in future house music as they play a big part in contributing to the overall groove. You’ll learn how to really nail them.

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    Layering

    Layering is difficult for many producers, but it shouldn’t be. Discover Hyperbits’ tricks and techniques for clean layering.

The initial idea has been created, but it needs some surrounding elements.

In video 2, you’ll learn how to layer pianos for extra energy and an enhanced sound, cut up vocals to create synth-like pads, build intricate percussion loops, and create a slamming future house bassline.

 

Video 3: Initial Mixing (57 min)

Ideas mean nothing if they aren’t presented well.

Mixing is tough. It requires a lot of time and effort to become great at mixing, but there are tricks and techniques that can help you regardless of what stage you’re at.

In the third video, you’ll learn about the most important mix technique – gain staging, how to organize your mixing workflow, stereo imaging, mixing the kick and bass, how to use EQ effectively and much more.

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Kick drum creation

    Dance music relies on the kick drum. If it sucks, the whole song sucks. You’ll learn how to created a tuned, short & punchy deep house kick.

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    Mixing kick & bass

    Mixing your low-end is hard. If you mess it up, your track won’t translate well to a club system, so it’s crucial that you do it properly. This video will show you how to utilize mid-side EQ and mix your kick and bass well.

Video 4: Basic Structure (6 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    How a future house track is structured

    Most genres of electronic music have similar structures, but there are minor differences in each. You’ll learn what they are for future house.

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    What makes a good structure?

    Is it a matter of simply copying structure from another song, or is there more thought that goes into it?

Now that the initial mixing is done, the track is starting to take shape. But it doesn’t have much of a structure yet.

And without a structure, it’s not really a track.

Video 4 will show you how to map out a dance & radio friendly structure.

Note: if you struggle to get out of the common “8-bar loop problem,” then this is the video for you.

Video 5: The Break (21 min)

Transitioning from a high-energy to low-energy section is a difficult and dangerous task.

If the energy drops too low, the listeners lose interest. If it stays too high, there isn’t enough contrast.

In video 5, you’ll learn how to create smooth transitions, use FX, induce tension with pads, and effectively use automation to create movement.

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Intricate automation

    If your song lacks movement it’s uninteresting, meaning people will stop listening. You can add movement with automation, and video 5 will show you how.

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    Smooth transitions

    Transitions can make or break a track, so it’s best that you do them right.

Video 6: The Build (22 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    How to structure a build-up

    How long should it be? How simple should it be? All these questions and more, answered.

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    Snare rolls

    A staple in dance music, but not always easy to pull off. Learn how to make realistic snare rolls that build an immense amount of tension.

Want to build maximum tension leading into the drop?

Video 6 will show you how to do just that.

Learn how to get the build going fast with samples and FX, chop vocals for the build, create intricate, live-sounding snares, and layer 909s.

Video 7: The Drop (27 min)

The drop…

It’s that part that everyone wants to really nail. It’s the part that listeners get excited for.

But if you slip up even a little bit, your whole song is ruined.

In this video, you’ll learn how to make a drop sound BIG and memorable.

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Creating an interesting entrance

    Learn how to effectively transition from the build-up into the drop.

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    Master channel automation

    Wait… you can automate the master? Absolutely. In fact, doing so can add a ton of impact to your drop.

Video 8: Final Arrangement (6 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Copying automation

    There’s no point drawing new automation every time you make a new section. Simply copy it.

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    How to get unstuck

    Not sure where to go with a section? Don’t know what comes after X? Learn how to get through structure quickly and keep yourself from getting stuck.

Do you overcomplicate arrangement?

After watching this video you’ll recognize how simple it really is.

Learn the one arrangement tip that’ll save you a TON of time and help you get “unstuck.”

Video 9: Transitions + Second Break (23 min)

Transitions are touched on in video 5, but this video expands on ’em.

You’ll learn how to transition in the second break, use a delay plugin as a transitional tool, and also add a little extra to the second break (to make it more interesting).

 

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Delay as a transitional tool

    Learn to use SoundToys Echoboy to create a smooth transition (can be replicated with other plugins).

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    How to write tropical plucks

    Subtle plucks can be a great way to add interest to section in your track. Learn how to write a supporting piece for the second break + drop.

Video 10: Intros & Outros (11 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Creating a simple but interesting intro & outro

    There’s a fine line between adding too much and adding too little. How do you find that line?

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    How to tease an idea

    It’s not wise to launch into a full idea during the intro, but you can tease it. Hyperbits shows you how.

Do your intros lack energy?

As a producer, you need to engage the listener from the very start of the track. That means creating an intro that has the perception of energy.

And that’s exactly what you’ll learn in this video – how to create an energetic and interesting intro.

Video 11: Pre-Mixdown Details (15 min)

Ever finished a mixdown and realized you could have added more to the track?

Pre-mixdown preparation is important for this very reason.

In video 11, you’ll learn how to add energy to the drop with white noise, add static & atmosphere in the breaks, layer the kick drum, and organize your tracks for maximum workflow during mixing.

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Kick drum layering

    Layering kick drums is tricky. If you mess it up, it affects your whole mix. You’ll learn how to do it properly.

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    Track-stack organization

    A lack of organization leads to working slowly and inefficiently. This video expands on prior organization to optimize for speed during the mixdown.

Video 12: Final Mixing (27 min)

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Processing the drum bus for punch and tightness

    Learn how to utilize common mixing tools to add punch and tighten up a drum section.

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    General bus processing

    Bus processing isn’t essential, but it can lead to a more cohesive sounding mix, so it’s worth doing. In this video, you’ll learn how to treat each bus/group.

What’s the biggest struggle producers have?

It’s not workflow, creativity, or sound design. It’s mixing.

And for good reason. Mixing is hard. This video won’t make you a world-class mix engineer, but it will give you a practical approach to mixing that doesn’t take hours upon hours of your time.

 

Video 13: Mastering (24 min)

Mastering seems like an elusive, difficult process. And while there’s something to be said for professional mastering engineers, it’s definitely worth learning to self-master.

The final video in the STF will focus on exactly that. How to master a track (without overcomplicating the process).

Key things you’ll learn:

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    Mastering & Multiband compression

    How much compression should you use on the master? What kind of settings should you aim for?

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    Commercial loudness

    Do you get disappointed when comparing your tracks to others? Not loud enough? This video will teach you how to generate commercial loudness through proper limiting.

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    Reductive EQ

    Amateurs use EQ wrong when mastering. There’s an art to it, and if you go overboard, your mix will suffer.

“Serik is an incredible producer and an even better teacher–as a budding producer, theres nothing more valuable than getting into another producer’s head and learning their process, workflow, tips and tricks. With everything I’ve learned from him, my only regret is that I couldn’t learn from him even earlier in my career.”

– Thero

Grab STF: Future House Edition Now

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What’s included?

  • 6 hour future house track walkthrough (13-videos)
  • 7 stem files from the project (to sample and experiment with)
  • Saturation Workshop (a 40+ minute class)
  • 25 Deep/Future House Serum Presets

Note from Sam

Serik would agree with me when I say that the difference between great artists and mediocre artists is practice. But not just any type of practice…

…deliberate practice.

That is – practicing what’s most important. Focusing on essential skills and techniques. Making the most of every minute spent producing.

And the quality of your deliberate practice relies on the quality of your education.

This is exactly what makes Start to Finish: Future House a great resource.

Not only will you learn how to make a future house track from scratch, you’ll also discover tricks and techniques that Hyperbits has spent years refining.

This is useful knowledge. It may not make you a full-time producer, but it will undoubtedly make you a better one.


FAQ

STF: Future House is a downloadable zipped folder. Once you’ve downloaded the videos, they’re yours forever.
If you’re having issues with downloading (bad connection, etc.) Flick an email to [email protected] and we’ll sort it out for you.
Absolutely. A lot of music production techniques are generalized and can be done in any DAW. You’ll be able to pick up what Serik is doing in Logic Pro and apply it in any other DAW (I use Ableton myself and learned a lot from it).
Serik does use a lot of third party plugins, but you can follow along without them. Your version might sound a bit different, but the most important thing is that you learn from it, which will happen regardless of what plugins you own.
Yes. If future house isn’t your thing – that’s cool. We’ll get to your favorite genre eventually, I promise 😉

We have STFs for progressive house and uplifting trance.

Email [email protected] and we’ll hook you up with a refund.

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