September 21, 2016  

Video Tutorial – NI Form (Komplete 11): The Motion Curve

With the latest version of Native Instruments’ Komplete came a brand new synth capable of creative and unique sound design. Through a revolutionary interface it’s possible to shape and modulate samples into something completely new and in a new series, we’re looking at how Form does just that. In our latest video, PB instructor Dan Herbert investigates the Motion Curve and how it can be used to divide and distort your samples. Check out the video above and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more tutorials and live events.

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