Techno ghost productions

Why House of Tracks is the best place for techno ghost productions 


Looking for an original techno track to release under your name? You’ve come to the right place! House of Tracks is the #1 marketplace for unique techno ghost productions. Not only are you guaranteed of high quality techno music, we also offer a few special features for our loyal clients.

  • Looking for techno ghost producers?

  • What is the price of techno ghost productions?

  • Are all techno tracks unique?

  • What can HoT offer me as a buyer of techno productions?

  • What is techno?


The taboo in the electronic music scene around ghost producing is slowly lifted – even in the techno genre. In the past two years also the techno scene has matured and the acceptance of ghost producing grows. Some of our top techno producers are very successful with their productions, for example Sol(i)d Recordings, Sculpture and last but not least techno producer Pierre Bouchard whom even won a HoT Award as Best Upcoming Label 2016.


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Looking for techno ghost producers?

Crazy about all techno tunes made by Adam Beyer, Enrico Sangiuliano or Joseph Capriati? Check out the techno ghost producers on House of Tracks and you will definitely find that one techno track that suits your purpose. Browse through our techno department and listen to the music. Find that one techno track that suits you best. Did one of them touch a nerve? Don’t hesitate and purchase it! How? Create an account or log in to rename and subsequently buy the desired techno track. Then download the original and all its trails. Now you’re all set to use the track as you like. All tracks are limited to one copy. 

What is the price of techno ghost productions?

The starting price of a techno ghost production is €299 to €499. Successful techno producers are able to ask more after they’ve sold a certain amount of techno productions. Also keep in mind: if you follow your favorite techno labels, you will be the first to know when new techno tracks are uploaded by those techno producers, since we work with an email-alert. Want to read more about that? On a regular basis House of Tracks offers tips & tricks, especially for buyers of techno tracks. One of those is: Follow a label. Want to check out all new techno ghost productions on House of Tracks right now? Click here.


Are all techno tracks unique?

The answer to this question is simple: all techno tracks on House of Tracks are unique! We use fingerprinting techniques to check tracks on their originality. We use not one but several methods to check all techno tracks on their uniqueness. For this fingerprinting technology we cooperate with DJ Monitor, the global pioneer and market leader in music identification and rights monitoring for events and clubs.

What can House of Tracks offer me as a buyer of techno productions?


If you still have questions, you will find the answers to most of those in our FAQ and our elaborate selection of blogs. We also offer a variety of Customer Questions that give more insight in several themes. Interesting for you, as a buyer of techno tracks, might be: What can HoT offer me as a buyer of techno productions? You can read it here.  


What is techno?

Techno is an electronic music genre that was born in the seventies but developed into an adult EDM genre in the eighties, mostly in Chicago, Detroit and Frankfurt. Stylistically, techno is generally repetitive instrumental music, often produced for use in a continuous DJ set. The central rhythmic component of techno is most often in common time (4/4), where time is marked with a bass drum on each quarter note pulse, a backbeat played by snare or clap on the second and fourth pules of the bar, and an open hi-hat sounding every second eighth note. The tempo tends to vary between approximately 120 to 150 beats per minute (bpm), depending on the style of techno. Music journalists and fans of techno are generally selective in their use of the term; so a clear distinction can be made between sometimes related but often qualitatively different styles, such as tech house and trance.