September 27, 2016  

Native Instruments Form (Komplete 11): The Performance Section

In the third and final part of our new series looking at Native Instruments’ new synth-cum-sound designer Form, PB instructor Daniel Herbert examines how you could incorporate the innovative instrument into your live performances. With a Performance Section based around quick morphing of sounds including a coloured connection to Komplete Kontrol series keyboards, you can quickly switch up your samples with the press of a key.

Alongside this guide to the Performance Section, part one of our series looks at key features and in part two, we examine the Motion Curve and how to quickly renovate your samples using Form’s unique function. Watch part one and two below, and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more exclusive tutorials and live events.

Form is part of NI’s production package Komplete 11 that includes some of the industry’s most popular plugins. As well as learning to make music using the Komplete collection, PB students in London are entitled to an exclusive 50% discount with 30% off NI’s flagship hardware. At our London school, you’ll also have access to NI hardware with our radio studio kitted out with Kontrol S2 controllers, our DJ room with the latest Traktor hardware and software and Komplete Kontrol keyboards in all of our project studios. Find out more about our new facility and what other amazing equipment you can master your craft on via our virtual tour.

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