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Native Instruments TruTorials Season 2 - Get creative with Maschine!

Friday, 8 April 2016 13:30:26 Europe/London

The second season of Native Instruments TruTorials is here and delivers another 12 inspiring, 90-second videos, showcasing MASCHINE’s exceptional workflow in fresh and inspirational ways.

In TruTorials Season 2 you will find out how to modulate a classic acid bassline, create original effects using reverb, and learn how to beef up your kick drums by using dedicated equalizer settings. All twelve episodes are loaded with vital music production tips and techniques in a simple watch-and-learn format.

Take a look at the latest TruTorials now and set your creativeness ablaze with NI MASCHINE.

Native Instruments Trutorials Season 2

Get inspired and learn the magic of Native Instruments MASCHINE.

 TWEAK YOUR STEPS   NEXT PLEASE
 

Effortlessly modulate effects in complete sync with MASCHINE's Step Sequencer.

 

Swiftly switch drum kits to provoke "happy" accidents for some remarkable results.

BLOCK PARTY    LOW END STRATEGY
 

Discover how to browse and integrate REAKTOR Blocks into your track – straight from MASCHINE.

 

Fatten up  your kick drums by using dedicated eq settings

ACID FLASH Pt. 1   SEXY STACK
 

Create a classic, squelching acid bassline pattern inside Machine's Step Sequencer.

 

Layer and stack your samples straight from MASCHINE’s Browser.

HOT SWAP SENSATIONS   SHAKE IT OFF
 

Instantly switch individual sounds to produce your own custom Drumkits.

 

Create animated shaker patterns with an authentic human feel using a Drum Synth.

PUT YOUR HAT ON   ACID FLASH Pt. 2
 

Learn how to program a hi-hat pattern with a Drum Synth in perfect synchronization with  NI TRAKTOR

 

Learn how to modulate effects using both hands by pinning the AUTO function.

SWINGER'S CLUB
  REVERSE THE REVERB
 

Produce abstract drum patterns by turning up the Swing on Master, Group, and Sound simultaneously.

 

Create original swoosh effects by sampling and reversing reverb tails.

Native Instruments Trutorials

  
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