Apple TV+ has introduced Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson, a brand new six-part docuseries that can study sound creation and the know-how that has formed music as we all know it. Hailing from Academy Award-winning producer Morgan Neville (20 Ft from Stardom) and hosted by Mark Ronson, an internationally famend DJ and Oscar, Golden Globe and seven-time-Grammy-Award-winning artist and producer, Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson will make its international debut on Friday, 30 July, completely on Apple TV+.
Every episode of Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson will observe Ronson as he “uncovers the untold tales behind music creation and the lengths producers and creators are keen to go to discover the excellent sound”, states a press launch.
Ronson explores music’s intersection with artistry and know-how in candid conversations with music legends and icons together with Paul McCartney, Questlove, King Princess, Dave Grohl, Adrock and Mike D from the Beastie Boys, Charli XCX and extra, the place he discovers the methods during which these distinctive instruments have influenced their work.
At the finish of every episode, Ronson will create and unveil a novel piece of authentic music utilizing groundbreaking know-how and strategies together with reverb, synth, autotune, drum machines, sampling and distortion.
Learn Ronson’s tweet on the docu-series right here
SO FREAKING EXCITED I CAN FINALLY ANNOUNCE THIS LABOUR OF LOVE WE’VE BEEN WORKING ON FOR A LOOOOOONG TIME NOW…. FOR MUSOS, NERDS, AND JUST PLAIN FANS OF THE MUSIC…we’re going to break all of it down ALONG WITH YOUR FAVES….CAN’T WAIT TO SHARE/ HAPPY DAYhttps://t.co/udBzIPebhh
— Mark Ronson (@MarkRonson) April 13, 2021
Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson is produced by Tremolo Productions with Ronson, Neville, Mark Monroe, Jason Zeldes and Kim Rozenfeld serving as government producers.
The brand new docuseries will be part of Apple’s increasing providing of acclaimed, award-winning documentaries and docuseries, together with international hit Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry; Grammy and five-time Emmy Award-nominated Beastie Boys Story; Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You; and, the lately introduced Black & Blues: The Colourful Ballad of Louis Armstrong.