Artillery Tutorial

Artillery 2 Explained®

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  • What is Artillery 2? 3:54

    What is Artillery 2?

    Hear what Artillery 2 can do, and see how it works as either an effects plug-in, or as a MIDI controlled instrument plug-in.

  • Ready 4:48


    Take a look around the Artillery 2 interface, and learn about how the various controls, parameters, and presets are organized.

  • Aim 4:28


    See how to create, resize, move, cut, copy, paste, and delete zones. Learn how the key tracking parameter is used to modulate the depth of an effect parameter.

  • Fire! 7:33


    Eli demonstrates using LFOs as the basis for altering specific effect parameter values while trigger notes are sustained.

  • Gun Control 3:51

    Gun Control

    Learn how to control the characteristics of the modulation applied to the destination parameter using the attack, hold, decay, sustain, and release envelope controls.

  • Envelope Follower 4:32

    Envelope Follower

    Hear how an envelope is created out of the input signal, and used to modulate a Flanger effects rate parameter.

  • The Step Sequencer 4:10

    The Step Sequencer

    Eli demonstrates how to use a customized number of randomly generated steps are used as a modulation source.

  • MIDI Control 7:09

    MIDI Control

    Learn how to use MIDI velocity, aftertouch, pitch bend, control change, and program change messages with the Artillery 2 plug-in.

  • Working in the Standalone Version 4:57

    Working in the Standalone Version

    Learn how to set up, play back, and record effects form the stand alone version of Artillery 2.

  • Building a Weapon of Musical Deconstruction 11:02

    Building a Weapon of Musical Deconstruction

    Eli builds a monster preset, and then uses it to musically transform a short arrangement.

Product Overview

Artillery 2 is a very original plug-in that’s a multi-effect that can be mapped across keyzones and triggered by MIDI notes. Let studio wiz Eli Krantzberg show you how you can use this unique plug-in creatively in your own productions and make original effects and instruments!

Eli begins by explaining the concept of Artillery 2 and how you can use it as either an effect or an instrument plug-in, and then he shows you around the interface, demonstrating how to use its powerful key tracking parameter to modulate the depth of the effects.

With the basics covered, Eli explains you how to use LFO’s to alter effect parameter values while sustaining trigger notes, and how to control the characteristics of the modulation. The next video explores how to create envelopes out of the input signal. That leads to a video on using steps in the step sequencer as a modulation source. Crazy!

Eli then reveals how to use MIDI velocity, aftertouch, pitch bend control change, and program change messages to control Arillery 2. Finally, Eli puts it all together and demonstrates how to build a monster preset that you can use to transform your music into something truly unique.

Whether you’re new to Artillery 2 or an experienced user looking for some tasty tips and tricks, watch “Artillery 2 Explained” today!

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