Groove3 Producing a Song with Native Instruments [TUTORiAL]

Groove3 Producing a Song with Native Instruments
SYNTHiC4TE | 13 March 2020 | 399 MB
Studio wiz Fabio Lendrum presents a Native Instruments video tutorial series! Watch how to produce a song from start to finish, using only Native Instruments virtual synths and samplers. These videos are designed for those who are just getting started with NI products, or want more info on producing and using Native Instruments virtual instruments when composing. Presets and Audio used in the videos included!

Fabio begins with a warm welcome and then reveals some of the Native Instruments software that will be used in the video tutorials to produce the featured song. Starting with Battery, Fabio shows you the basics of using the powerhouse virtual sampler, followed by utilizing its built-in effects, reverbs, delays and more.

Una Corda is then loaded up and you'll see how to write a melancholic chord progression that sets the emotion of the track, as well as experiment with the different tones that Una Corda can produce. Throughout the rest of the videos, Fabio uses numerous NI virtual instruments like Etherial Earth, Analog Dreams, Monark, Massive X, Action Strikes, and Symphony Strings, to create a cool track, all while exploring their possibilities for making interesting sounds and motifs. Last but not least, you'll get helpful arrangement techniques like how to expand an 8 bar loop into the majority of a song, and how to utilize unused parts of a song to create further parts and an epic finish.

To see what these in-depth Native Instruments tutorials show you, and how you can learn to produce a whole track from scratch, see the individual Native Instrument production video tutorial descriptions on this page. Have a look at just what these great Native Instrument plug-ins can do when writing your new song or track... Watch "Producing a Song with Native Instruments" today!

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