Resources

Tutorials

Beginner’s Guide to EQ and Compression (Youtube) – An excellent introduction, with narration by Dan Worral.
Tips and Tricks for Mixing and Mastering – Sponsored by Fabfilter, with narration by Dan Worrall.

Tools

Maxforlive.com –  The most extensive collection of Max for Live devices.
Abletonthemes.com – Unique website, where you can create and edit Ableton colour themes.
808303.studio – Roland TR-808 and TB-303 on a webpage.

Playlists

Gravity Audio Spectrum – Spotify Playlist
Jon Hopkins: Quiet – Spotify Playlist
Feel My Bicep – Spotify Playlist
Floating Points’ Turntable – Spotify Playlist
Disclosure’s Record Bag – Spotify Playlist

MaxForLive

http://ldmdesign.org/category/free/ – Selection of free and useful maxforlive devices from littlescale

DAWS

Ableton Live – Released in 2001, Ableton Live, with its grid-based session view, revolutionised the way audio was produced on computers. Initally audio only, it introduced midi in 2005 and since version 9 has incorporated MaxForLive. Ableton Blog
Bitwig Studio – Founded by some former employees of Ableton in 2014, Bitwig took familiar concepts and packaged them in a new format. After firmly establishing itself in the DAW world, Bitwig now develops many new and innovative concepts.
Cubase – Older than some of you reading this, (introduced in 1989 on Atari ST), Cubase is an industry standard in many circles. Version 1.0 was midi-only software from Steinberg, with audio being incorporated in 1992 and VST technology developed and introduced in 1996.
Digital Performer
Fruity Loops
Logic Pro
LMMS
Pro Tools
Reaper
Reason
Renoise
Samplitude
Studio One