Does your track sound too static?
Not enough movement in your sounds to keep the track interesting?
Does each bar sound the same?
This “Allan Morrow – Creating Movement In Your Tracks” will show you exactly how Allan Morrow creates movement within his sounds and how he keeps a simple loop of sound interesting.
Creating movement in your tracks is very important as it stops your tracks from sounding static and helps the listener feel like its continuously progressing/moving. Doing this will help you move into new sections of your arrangement flawlessly without having to always be adding new elements to keep it interesting. Watch how easy Allan makes this look as he exposes his trick and tips on doing this by taking a static sounding track to a track that moves!. Your tracks will never sound static again!
– Creating movement through drastic or minimal changes.
– Which parameters to automate to create movement.
– Experimenting with automation and filters.
– Selecting FX to add to help create movement.
– Automating ON/OFF – FX call and return trick.
– Unique automation techniques with stabs.
– Creating unique moving pluck sounds.
– Moving pluck layering trick.
– A/B sound to check for movement.
– Creating more movement and character to your pads through sends.
& much, much more!
Allan Morrow – International Trance DJ/Producer. Tracks signed to labels such as Armada, Blackhole Recordings, Discover Records, Kearnage Recordings, Mental Asylum Records, Pure Trance, FSOE, Outburst Records & Many more!
Yes, all the technique you will learn in these videos can be implemented into your own DAW.
The tutorial is done using only Logic Pro X plugins, LFO Tool & Soundspot Fat Filter (Free Filter Plugin) along with Sylenth & Zebra2 (These synths aren’t needed though for the purpose of this tutorial. You can use any synth of your choice.
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This tutorial had me manipulating my synths in ways I wouldn't normally do.... I now think differently about the effects I use and how I use them.
Allan really knows his stuff.