This lesson explains how automating synth parameters can help enhance our arrangement and create movement.
This lesson explains level automation. Level automation can help us enhance transitions in our arrangement or to create interesting contrast between parts.
A filter is an electrical circuit that emphasizes or eliminates some frequencies from a signal. This lesson explains automating filters is used for arrangement purposes. We use filters to enhance transitions or to create contrast between different song parts.
Panning is the distribution of a sound signal into a new stereo or multi-channel sound field determined by a pan control setting. This lesson explains automation for panning used to enhance the functionality of the arrangement.
This lesson shows a practical use of automation to enhance the progression and transition in our arrangement. Progression refers to a sequence of chords played one after another. A transition is a passage of music composed to link one section of music to another.