Learn Native Instruments with the Recording Connection
All the sounds and tools you need for DJing, beatmaking or composing in the virtual space!
Imagine having thousands of sounds, dozens of powerful software instruments, a plethora of effects, drum loops and/or DJ gear, all available from your desktop or hardware interface. If you are a composer, DJ, beatmaker, sound designer or electronic musician, you need to be familiar with Native Instruments.
Based in Berlin (the heart of the electro/industrial music movement), Native Instruments provides a huge array of tools for the electronic musician, both software and hardware based. Want the best in software instruments? You’ll want to look at Komplete, the comprehensive suite of software synths, samplers, sampled instruments and effects that has become an industry standard for recording studios, offering up to 16,000 unique sounds in one place. For the best beatmaking capabilities, Maschine offers a powerful software/hardware combination of drum sounds and loops with state-of-the-art controls. For the club scene and live performance, Native Instruments offers Tracktor, the DJs dream: a combination of hardware and software controls that allow you to drive the club sound with the Kontrol turntable controller or even from your own iPad or iPhone!
Whether you are composing music in a project studio for film/TV, or whether you’re working on beats and mixes for the dance floor, Native Instruments has the best of what you need. At Recording Connection, the audio engineers and music producers who teach for us are well acquainted with these powerful tools and can teach you one-on-one how to use them to your best advantage.
Who uses Native Instruments?
- Trent Reznor
- James Newton Howard (composer for Signs, The Hunger Games, Michael Clayton, The Bourne Legacy)
- Chase & Status
- Harry Gregson-Williams (composer for Shrek, Chronicles of Narnia, Cowboys & Aliens, Passionata, The Town)
- Roger Hodgson (Supertramp)
- Kirk Hammett (Metallica)
- Jean Michel Jarre