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raise your hand?
i am just curious?
do you have the ability?
does your program use this function?
do you use it?
who has no IDEA what i am talking about?
i meant "Who Here USES Automation, to make THEIR tracks?"
I use automation all the time every single track I make uses automation. I bet you already knew that.
All the time
who doesn't know how to use automation
i want to try and teach you
if you use loops,
you need automation.
(does automate??? work? lol)
if you have multiple tracks,
where panning is a necessity?
or if things need volume adjustments?
or.. do you have a vst? and use automation?
jahknow is gonna groan at me lol
but i am fer real?
do you guys know what that is?
don't be afraid to ask
let's answer the question
what is auto.... mating... a track?
damn hey travis?
is there any way to change the title?
Change the title of of what?
The thread title im guessing.
No, not that I know of.
automating your track
essentially the DAW
your digital audio workstation becomes your mixer board?
i don't know what you use @ ALIAS_3HEADEDMONSTABEATZ
do you know what a volume fade is?
depending on what daw you have
and you should
and learn how to do this.
but if you have any questions
please ask them here
some things like gating delay
making drum tracks do rolls
you can slowly implement elements of your track?
your loops become integral parts of the atmosphere?
you can master very effectively this way, but not it the way the big studio's do it.
of course this is just my opinion,
anyone have any advice automating tracks?
I use it,but to a limited degree in Ableton..usually for fades,panning and effect returns..I do it all from the 'Arrangement Arrangement View'
I go insane with automation, pitch bending, filtering, etc.
In reason make sure that if you are automating the filter of a track be sure to leave some of the clip un-automated before that clip starts.
If you understand how to use automation in one daw you pertty much know how in any daw that has it.
In FL the automation of every aspect of a track is so easy... Fading, FX, panning of the entire track or of every single channel ;)
i will change parameters on every level, on every track
on worship and tribute, i had 3 automations for at least 30 tracks...
who needs to learn?
I use it to a great extend, The most absurd one so far was automating tempo.
I always think automating fiter freq is one of the easiest ways to make a tune soun interesting. ableton even has an 'auto filter' effect so you don't have to draw it all in.
I recently learn how it works on Fruity & I'm remastering old prod's that sound light automating a much of things like Send Tracks where I usualy use Limiter, Reeverb, Delay or StereoEnhancer...On FL, every Button/Fader can be automated...I started a beat the other day with a Synth loop I create. I pass it through a Sended Delay and I automate the Tracks' Faders in Mixer.KEEP ATTENTION!!
Take a look on which Pattern you're writing your automations. Could bad surprise happen to you :S...
I use only 50% of the time ..
usualy when I feel the need for more work
I use it in most of my tracks. especially on volume levels.
@jahknow - It's great automating the send level to an FX send, you can get some really creative effects this way.
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