Isaac Cotec (Subaqueous)

Ableton Certified Trainer, Issac Cotec is an accomplished producer and teacher best known for his Subaqueous identity creating lush organic downtempo and psy-chill. 

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Specializing in:
- Ableton Live
- Ableton Push
- Live Performance
- Creativity and Inspiration

- Unique Workflows

 

 


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Isaac Cotec has his hands in many aspects of the music industry. In the past decade, he’s been a record label owner, mixing/mastering engineer, a researcher in altering consciousness with binaural beats, a touring musician, an Ableton Live Certified Trainer, and a guy that likes to rock out with a computer.

Isaac is best known for his music project Subaqueous. In 2012 he created Subaqueousmusic.com where he shared his resources on music production. In his words, “I’m inspired by the edge of what is possible. I want to explore how music technology can help me creatively express the weird and wild reality we call life. I created my website to share what I learn along the way.”  His website hosts a massive collection of MIDI packs, free Ableton Live resources, and articles on his personal production techniques. 

Isaac Cotec continues to grow in the music production community as a teacher with his work with online schools. He helped develop the core library at Warp Academy, hosts live online courses at Creative Live, and teaches at Beatdrop.ca. He also manages the Ableton Push User Group on Facebook.

Looking to the future of the music industry, Isaac has been working with high schools and colleges with his company Classtrack.org.  He’s creating music production curriculum and resources for teachers. These resources are designed to help inspire the next generation of music producers.
Isaac Cotec is dedicated to helping others in their creative process and will the world with more good music. To learn more about his current projects, check out www.subaqeousmusic.com.

Check out his Ableton Push articles here: 

Notes & Chords on the Push

Best Hardware Stand for the Push