Special 12-Part Tutorial Series for Twisted Tools Colorflex Reaktor Ensemble
The above video player will automatically play through all twelve installments in this in-depth series on Twisted Tools Colorflex. If for any reason this does not happen on its own, you can navigate the different videos by using the Playlist button on the YouTube player interface. There are a couple of simple demo videos that start and end the series, so you can skip past them to get right into the good stuff, if you like. After watching this entire series, you should be able to not only navigate and understand all of the features, but you should also have a solid understanding of what you can do with this beast of an ensemble in your own projects. It really is quite an impressive piece of software and allows you to do so many things so easily, that it is sure to be a part of your music production arsenal very soon (if it isn’t already, that is).
From a basic introduction to Twisted Tools Colorflex and the general idea behind it, to very advanced uses and techniques, this special 12-part video tutorial series will unlock this amazing ensemble and spark an endless torrent of ideas for you to explore. It is a color-based zone matrix style sequencer that features 256 cells and an advanced graphic layer editing engine.
Twisted Tools Colorflex has three sequencers:
The MIDI NOTE SEQUENCER, MIDI CC SEQUENCER, and IC SEND SEQUENCER.
Each sequencer has 8 colored zones areas that you can think of as tracks. Using this analogy, there are 24 tracks in total (8×3), all of which can be used freely and simultaneously and routed out any channel. Extensive cut, copy, paste, select and randomize functionality is available using the innovative graphic layer editing system.
With eight freely assignable output channels and support for scene sequencing and scene MIDI control, Twisted Tools Colorflex Reaktor ensemble is an unstoppable program that will help you take your performances and recording to places you have always dreamed of. Control over how your sounds are sequenced has probably never been this flexible!
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