The Recording Connection Teaches You Native Instruments
With so much music production now happening in the virtual space, it’s important to have the best software instruments, effects, drum loops and DJ gear at your fingertips, whether you’re working with a desktop computer, laptop or hardware interface. For composers, beat makers, sound designers and DJs alike, Native Instruments is an industry standard in providing these solutions.
Native Instruments is a software instrument company based in Berlin, Germany, which many consider to be the heart and soul of the industrial/electronic music scene. They offer many software and hardware tools for electronic musicians and composers of all stripes. When it comes to comprehensive sound libraries, you can’t go wrong with Komplete, which offers up to 16,000 sounds through an array of software synths, samples and effects. Beat makers have found a powerful ally in Maschine, which combines an elaborate set of drum sounds and loops with powerful controls to design, arrange and edit them at will. And Tracktor is tailor made for DJs—a software/hardware combination designed for live performance on the club circuit. These tools and others make Native Instruments products a must for the serious studio musician/producer, whether you’re arranging original music for film and television, recording an EDM record or DJing at the club.
At Recording Connection, you’ll learn the secrets of using Native Instruments and other powerful tools as you sit one-on-one with actual audio engineers and music producers in the studio. There’s no better way to leverage the power of these tools for your future career.
Notable artists who use Native Instruments products:
- Trent Reznor
- James Newton Howard (composer for Signs, The Hunger Games, Michael Clayton, The Bourne Legacy)
- Chase & Status
- Jean Michel Jarre
- Harry Gregson-Williams (composer for Shrek, Chronicles of Narnia, Cowboys & Aliens, Passionata, The Town)
- Roger Hodgson (Supertramp)
- Kirk Hammett (Metallica)