In responding to another post regarding tutorials, I started thinking back on all the people who really got me fired up about Scaler and helped me begin to understand what I could do with it. (when I didn’t really know the difference between an augmented 5th and augmented reality)
Aside from the legendary @davide, was there anyone that got you fired up about Scaler?
If so, and if they have quality educational content about Scaler available (YouTube, etc) list them here so we can share our inspiration and lessons.
In the Studio One beat making world, some that jump out at me: (listed by when I stumbled on them)
My earliest was probably YouTuber Brandon CMO Martinez aka Concrete Zebra of Craft Master Productions and Studio One Tutorials. Brandon love(s)(d) Scaler and has some great educational content mixed in with production tips and cultural commentary. He got me started with Studio One and really interested in music theory. He has a lot of stuff going on and some of his recent content is following the streaming trend that can tend to ramble a bit (IMHO), but some of his focused stuff on Scaler, theory and music creation is fantastic. He is CraftMaster in the Scaler Artist/Community area. Here is an older example
Next would be MG the Future, also a Scaler Artist. It seems he and CMP do some stuff together and he has also has a ton of great YouTube instructional content on Scaler, theory and music production. He was early on the streaming train and some of his content is very, very long (3-4 hours), but contained in that content you can find some great stuff.
I can’t talk about Scaler without calling out [Ivan Calderon]( Ivan Calderon - YouTube. While maybe not as established as the 1st two on my list, Ivan has a great instructional style, responds quickly to questions and has a very natural enthusiasm about his music, and most importantly for this thread, Scaler. He is also a Scaler Artist
Do you have someone that stands out in your mind? How about in other genres? Why don’t you share it in this thread.
Please however, lets try to limit our color commentary regarding particular styles, genres or even musical “quality” for that matter. The spirit of this thread is more about the how and who than the what.