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- Apr 11th, 2017
Elektron’s Octatrack is a hardware sampler on steroids! And no one is better than electronic performer Thavius Beck to explain the ins and outs of this incredible sound-mangling machine. Watch this course to become an Octatrack master.
Elektron’s Octatrack redefines the art of sampling. In fact, The Octatrack could very well be the centerpiece of your entire studio and live setup… if you know how to use it! In this 3-hour + course, Thavius Beck takes you step by step through every aspect of this powerful and flexible hardware sampler/step sequencer.
Thavius starts the course by going over the Octatrack’s hierarchical structure, where you learn about sets, projects, patterns, banks, scenes, parts, and the different machine types. After covering Elektron’s outstanding step sequencer, Thavius dives deep into sampling, editing, timestretching and slicing audio. Then, you learn how to add depth to your sound with the built-in effects and LFOs, how to do resampling, and how to twist (or completely destroy) the audio using the crossfader. But the Octatrack is not for the studio only… In this course, you will also find lots of useful tips and tricks for performing live!
So sit back and get ready to learn everything about Elektron's Octatrack, and see why this instrument is Thavius Beck’s favorite piece of gear!
- Elektron 101: Overbridge & RYTM
- Elektron 102: Analog Four Explained and Explored
- Elektron 103: Octatrack Dynamic Sampling
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Brilliant!!!! Thavius Beck is one of my favorite trainers at MacproVideo and this course nailed that position even more. He is guiding you through an extremely difficult piece of hardware (read:steep learning curve) - with ease and professionalism. Covering every aspect of what's under the hood. He simply "retriggered" my love for the Octatrack and the use of it in live-situations:)