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1.Introduction & Interface 3:15
In this video, Larry introduces the tutorial series. He demonstrates how to load in libraries and provides a tour of the plugin interface.
The Browser is covered next, with which you can sync sounds from different libraries in terms of bpm and key. This allows the auditioning of sounds in time and in key with your music!
3.Sample Trigger Area Pt1. 17:29
In this video, Larry demonstrates the Sample Trigger Area, which allows you to playback sounds chosen from the browser. Also, explore the ways in which you can play these loops using MIDI and also within Elastik 3.
4.Sample Trigger Area Pt2. 24:27
Discover the mapping modes in this video, which can map sounds in different ways to vary playback styles and create interesting effects.
5.Setting Loop Start & End Points6:32
Next up, learn how to edit start and end points of your loops. This also opens up the possibility for creative looping frequencies and polyrhythms. Larry also covers changing the grid size to enable more specific adjustments to loops.
In this video, explore the Retune option, which allows you to change the key, both within the browser and the Loopeye. Larry discusses the different Retune parameters that are used to really fine-tune the results.
Larry covers the time controls next. Utilizing different algorithms, Elastik 3 can play back sounds at different tempos in and out of sync. You'll also learn how we can create tape/vinyl stop and speed-up effects.
Discover the Pitch, Formant, and Fine-tune controls and how they can be used to further manipulate the sound.
9.Volume, Pan, Cutoff, & Resonance3:19
Next up, learn about the Volume, Pan and Filter controls.
10Reverse & Envelope3:40
The ways in which you can reverse samples and also alter the attack and release of their envelopes are covered next.
Next up, Larry demonstrates how to use the sequencer alongside Loopeye parameters to create interesting loop variations and time-based glitch effects.
Explore the Inspire feature, which allows you to generate new ideas by mixing and matching sounds from different sound packs within Elastik 3.
13.Track Idea Pt1. 112:27
Larry begins creating a track idea in this video by choosing sounds within the browser to jam out an arrangement using MIDI within Logic.
14.Track Idea Pt2. 213:07
Next up, see how to use the sounds chosen in the last video to create a basic track arrangement using MIDI in Logic.
15.Track Idea Pt3. 310:47
Finally, learn to create some glitchy rhythmic interest to vary the track and keep the arrangement exciting!