Ask Video – Native Instruments 502: Battery 3 [ENG]

By | December 31, 2016
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Learn Battery 3 from expert Chris Butcher, in this comprehensive and easy to follow course. You’ll learn how to get the most out of the 12 gigabyte sample library that comes with the program. And we’ll also show you how to build great sounding drum kits from your own samples and loops, including REX files – and a number of other formats.

Chris will take you through everything from loading a drum kit, to setting up cells and drum mapping. No stone is left unturned!

Battery 3 is a powerful, yet simple drum sampler and we’ll show you how to get the most out of it. With its all-new playback engine, its scores of new sound shaping options, its ability to load any sample you may already have, or one of the great-sounding sample libraries from Native Instruments, as well as a fantastically simple user interface – Battery 3 flawlessly handles both electronic and acoustic-sounding drums!

 

00:58
1. Intro
05:57
2. Master Section Tour
03:37
3. Drum/Sample Matrix Tour
03:15
4. Edit Page Tour
03:52
5. Loading a Drum Kit
01:05
6. Getting around, Using the View Menu
03:20
7. The Automation Page
07:37
8. The Options Menu
02:45
9. Audio and MIDI Settings
04:20
10. Additional Controls 1: Tempo and Loops
03:50
11. Additional Controls 2: Resource Usage and Indicator…
02:16
12. Using Cells 1
04:10
13. Using Cells 2
02:30
14. Constructing and Mapping Your Own Kit 1
03:52
15. Constructing and Mapping Your Own Kit 2
07:44
16. The Cell Page 1
08:28
17. The Cell Page 2
11:18
18. Cell Setup 1 – Voice Groups, Velocity and More
03:30
19. Cell Setup 2 – Articulation, Echo, and Humanize
07:58
20. Loading a Drum Kit
06:27
21. Wave Editing
03:27
22. Loops
07:22
23. Modulation
06:32
24. Effects 1
05:44
25. Effects 2
09:24
26. The Master Section
01:48
27. The Browser
01:47
28. Loading Battery as a Plug-in
03:08
29. Quantization
02:15
30. Using a Tempo Track
00:26
31. Outro

 

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