9th October 2008
Online tutorial-video vendor macProVideo.com has released a new line of Native Instruments tutorials. The first in the series, Native Instruments 101: Core NI Kore, features 6-hours of tutorials showing you how to get the most out of Native Instruments' Kore software.
This tutorial-video is divided into three main chapters:
- In the first chapter, all the basic features of Kore are covered - from using Kore's flexible sound browser to creating your first sounds.
- In the next chapter, "Diving In Deeper," you'll see how to create complex, nested and layered sounds with Kore and review all of Kore's built-in audio and MIDI effects in detail.
- The course winds up with a chapter on using Kore in performance and as a plug-in to your sequencing software.
This tutorial is available as a direct download ($35.55), and also on DVD ($39.50). During the introductory period, you can save 25% on this title using the following coupon code: NInews25
All macProVideo.com tutorials are delivered through the Nonlinear Educating Device (N.E.D.) tutorial video player. N.E.D. is an integrated download manager that incrementally and progressively downloads tutorial videos, allowing viewers to start watching tutorials immediately while the rest download in the background. Even if the connection is dropped, N.E.D. will resume the download where it left off the next time an Internet connection is made.