Getting Started With NI FORM TUTORiAL
SYNTHiC4TE | Sept 20 2016 | 314 MB
In this 7-part course, instructor teaches you the basics of Native Instruments FORM. As this course demonstrates, FORM is both intuitive and very flexible, but it also requires a bit of time to grasp its new approach. To give you a head start with this powerful new creative tool, we developed a complete course to help you get started working with FORM right away. If you’re looking for a complete walkthrough filled with useable techniques and insights, this course is just what you need! – find out everything you need to know to get started with NI FORM today!
While there are a lot of great tools and instruments included in the release of Native Instruments Komplete 11, one of the most anticipated is the brand new FORM Reaktor instrument. This powerful new instrument combines samples, granular synthesis and creative tone shaping and sets a new direction for sample warping sound design.
In Getting Started with FORM, walks you through the FORM interface and basic information before diving into an in-depth look at each of FORM’s primary sections: Sound, Sample and Effects. After demonstrating the basics of each sections, Stephen explores FORM’s many flexible ways of routing and modulation, discusses FORM’s Macros functions and Perform Mode. Whether you’ve just lifted the lid on a fresh copy of FORM or you’re looking to pick it up and want to find out just what it can do. This course will help you lay the groundwork to a productive connection with the NI FORM Software.
In just over 60 minutes you will break down the skills, knowledge and techniques you need to get started with Native Instruments Form today!
Over 60 Minutes of professional video instruction:
7 indepth videos each demonstrating critical elements of working with Native Instruments Form
> Course Introduction
> FORM Synthesis & Interface Overview
> Working with Source Audio in the Sample Section
> Tone Shaping & Sound Design with the Sound Section
> Adding Texture with FORM’s Effects Section
> Modulation & Macros in FORM
> FORM’s Perform Mode & Creative Curves Editing
Getting Started With NI FORM TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE