Native Instruments' Flesh is a unique Reaktor instrument created by innovator and experimental artist Tim Exile. In this course, learn to flesh out complete tracks using this creative instrument with sound designer GW Childs!
Designed by technical genius Tim Exile, NI's Flesh lets you load your raw audio samples and dynamically re-synthesize them into new multi-layered sonic material. With Flesh, you can improvise and experiment to your heart's content, and create new harmonic and melodic ideas on stage or in the studio. In this course, sound designer GW Childs reveals how to get the most out of this fun and forward-thinking Reaktor instrument.
The course starts with a deep look at Flesh's user interface where you discover the five colorful orbs, the macro controls, and how the sound sections correspond to different octaves on your MIDI keyboard. After explaining how to set up Flesh in your DAW, GW reveals how to go beyond the presets by loading your own audio loops. Next, all sound generators are thoroughly explored and explained, including the mono & poly synths, the dubby delay FX and the extremely deep sounding Sub section. Continuing with the course, you'll also learn how to use Flesh's multi-outputs for mixing in your DAW, how to modulate all parameters with the LFO and ENV modulators, how to customize the harmony slots, and more...
So join GW Childs in this course, and learn to massage your audio loops into fat tracks using NI Flesh!
I bought the Flesh courses and started watching the videos.
Very well done, excellent way to explain the details, very good video quality and NLE player is very convenient.
The only thing I would wish to see is that I didn't see in the courses any video about the Link option in Harmony section of Flesh.
I give 5 star for your video content even thought the Flesh software itself is not designed to work consistently and correctly in my DAW.
Spent days to figure it out with my DAW without any luck.
Konatom wrote on April 5, 2018
When I first opened Flesh it was like WTF? After completing this tutorial I feel confident in working with it. This is an excellent training course. The presenter was also excellent.