ADSR NI Flesh Explained TUTORiAL
Soft / Video Lessons 13-01-2016
ADSR NI Flesh Explained TUTORiAL
Designed to be used with Reaktor, Flesh is perfect both for live sets and studio production. Developed by Tim Exile from Planet Mu and Warp, Flesh is the next step for live performers. Create custom sounds and have full control of your tracks with this powerful and amazing tool. You’ll dissect samples and completely change how they feel by using the various features that the tool has to offer.

This course will show you the ins and outs of using Flesh in 5 individual sections that mount up to almost an hour of helpful information.

.....::::: Radically change the sounds of your instruments in real time :::::.....

.....::::: Part 1 - Features Overview :::::.....
In this part, you’ll learn the basics of Flesh and get introduced to the features that you can use the Sample Engine, the Effects Section, the Modulation Page and more. This is the first step in creating your personal musical landscape.

.....::::: Part 2 - Samples Page :::::.....
Samples are what make Flesh the innovative tool that it is. In this section you’ll learn how to load, trigger and manipulate up to 12 samples to create your individual tracks. See the waveform of each sample and watch the magic happen.

.....::::: Part 3 - Sound Generators :::::.....
This tutorial will teach you how to use the five sound generators that come with Flesh: the sub synth, the mono synth, the sample engine, the polysynth and the effects section. You’ll be able to manipulate sounds like never before and enhance your live sets and studio tracks.

.....::::: Part 4 - Harmony Page :::::.....
Learn how to create rhythms and load different harmonies. Change the root note or the pitch bend of your sounds and then record the sequence. Play lush harmonies and alter their behaviour as you wish. Get creative and change how you view music production.

.....::::: Part 5 - Configuration Subpages :::::.....
In the final part, you’ll learn how to set up a variety of different modulation, change the behaviour of master macros and tweak the remote settings. Play with the LFO rate and apply an envelope to achieve the sounds of your choice.


.....::::: Get ready for a masterful performance :::::.....
After going through all of these tutorials, you’ll be prepared to use Flesh in your live sets and studio. Produce tracks by loading just a sample from your library or use amazing effects in your live performance.

This tool helps you radically change the sounds of your instruments in real time with just a press of a button. Add flair to your performances and always be in control of your music productions.

Flesh is easy and fun to use, and you’ll learn the gist of it in no time. Other live productions tools may not be as intuitive or have such a user-friendly interface as Flesh.


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