LA-based music software developers Output have built a very strong reputation for themselves amongst the music-making community. Across the last couple of years, they’ve developed a number of innovative Kontakt instruments and libraries including Rev and Signal, winning them a loyal following from electronic music producers, sound designers and composers alike.
Their latest library, Exhale, continues Output’s commitment to quality and innovation – we know this, because we challenged Point Blank instructor Nick Feldman to put it to the test. In this tutorial, Nick creates a track using this ‘modern vocal engine’ as a core element within his arrangement. You’ll get an excellent idea of Exhale’s capabilities as Nick delves deep into the different modes (including Notes, Loops and Slices), tries out the various sounds and effects, and effectively peels back the many layers of the tool.
You can learn more sound design techniques on our online Diploma course – our Online Music Production Master Diploma is not only the most comprehensive course available online, but it offers 1-2-1 tutorials between you and your instructor every two weeks, alongside live masterclasses and the opportunity to received customised feedback for your work as you progress.
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