Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording and writing automation, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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Automation plays a major role in the mixing process. …And one of the most common parameters automated within a mix, is the volume on …a lead vocal track. To put Studio One into Automation view I …hit the A key. And as you can see, the display in my …track column changes. I will increase the size of the lead …vocals waveform view. And when I click and hold on my list of …available parameters to automate, I have Volume and Pan. …I'll choose Volume. And the blue line lets me know that I'm …able to now enter automation data. You'll notice that as I enter automation …data, I'll click right here on Measure five.…
The automation state changes from Off to Read. …That means that Studio One will read the automation data that I'm inputting with …the mouse on playback. Let's zoom in, and I'll give you an …example. I'll take Studio One out of Snap mode, …because my automation points are not necessarily going to fall on the grid. …(MUSIC) I can enter in some automation data here, in my first phrase. …
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