The Mason sound follows a simple method, its about rocking dance floors and letting the good times roll. The Dutch duo of Iason Chronis and Coen Berrir have been putting the fun back into dance music with their ability to fuse technological know-how, musicianship and dance floor savy and this exclusive course on Sonic Academy is no different.
For the first time ever on SA, we bring you a course that will show you ‘How To Make’ a current release on Beatport - the stunning nu disco workout that is ‘San Remo’ The Mason guys rebuild the track from scratch over 13 videos from laying down the first kick right through to mixing and mastering. So go get the track on Beatport.. then learn how it was made, what are you waiting for.
I don't quite follow the ARP tutorial. It didn't really talk about what steps to actually take to end up with what we see on the screen. It mostly focuses on showing some plugins, with some general discussion. Usually SA tutorials say "step 1, create a new track and then draw these notes, etc, etc. Your ARP tutorial did none of that!
Hi Aruna - it is 'a' the normal key command, but you can set a perf to view 'current lane' automation and view 'all lanes' automation in Logic Pro 9 (This course is LP 9) . Logic Pro X 's automation behaviour has changed where you have a power switch to turn on and off automation in each track header. Hope this helps.
I don't have 9 in this machine anymore so cant confirm this - but I believe if you have Auto Track Zoom enabled, depending on the vertical zoom level, you may have only seen automation on the zoomed track.
Guys just wanted to say this tut was fantastic, very helpful in terms of workflow as well as tons of little tips and tricks relating to both logic and sound design, thanks for making this and thanks SA for hosting it :) <3