Discover the world of SEQUIS and learn how the Perform and Edit views are used to customize the sounds and patterns generated using a variety of unusual playing styles and articulations.
Follow along as we explore the rhythmic variations using Layer and Polynote modes to develop a hybrid guitar/marimba pattern. Variations in the per-step playback directions are added, and a short musical example is constructed around the SEQUIS playback in Layer mode.
Discover techniques for developing longer rhythmic patterns based around multiple cajon sounds and then a combination of cajon/tabla articulations.
Explore the way sequential steps blend when using the repetition versus single string section articulations and discover the way female harmonies are blended in using the Layer playback mode.
Not all SEQUIS instruments need contain busy rhythmic patterns. In this video, hear the effect of layering several sparser patterns together, each using complimentary sonic textures.
Explore a couple of different strategies when working with multiple SEQUIS instruments together.
Hear how the triplet and swing functions allow for rhythmic variations from the sixteenth note-based SEQUIS grid.
Learn where to install the SEQUIS snapshots included in this series.
Studio guru Eli Krantzberg presents a set of comprehensive Native Instruments SEQUIS video tutorials! A world of creative possibilities dwell within this inspiring acoustic sequencer plugin, and these videos will help you exploit it quickly and to its fullest potential! Eli begins with the basics and walks you through the more advanced features and settings, arming you with the knowledge to make SEQUIS an integral part of your workflow in no time at all. These videos are for new SEQUIS users.
Eli welcomes you and introduces the SEQUIS interface, covering the two main views, Perform and Edit, first. These two main sections of the plugin allow you to select presets as well as customize the sounds and patterns with myriad playing styles and articulations. Then discover the Polynote and Modwheel layer switching features, providing two different ways of adding or subtracting layers within a loop or sample.
Next, explore some specific sounds and patterns, including some longer cajon examples and some interesting strings and female vocal samples. You'll learn some different techniques for blending the layers as well.
Throughout the rest of the course, you'll discover more features and capabilities of SEQUIS, including how to create sparse patterns with complimentary textures, how to layer multiple instruments together, how to use the triplet and swing functions for rhythmic variation, and more!
To see exactly what these in-depth SEQUIS tutorials contain, and why they'll help make sense of the vast possibilities of the plugin, see the individual SEQUIS video tutorial descriptions on this page. Open a new world of sonic possibilities for your next production ... Watch “SEQUIS Explained®” now!
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