Liquid Rhythm may be the most advanced drum machine ever made. That’s why we asked beat specialist and technology wiz G.W. Childs to demystify and demonstrate this amazing virtual drummer. The result is a deep 40+ tutorial course that takes you through every aspect of this Wave DNA instrument.
First you learn about Molecule Tools like the Randomizers, Groove Mover and Beatform Tumbler. Then you are submerged into the Beatweaver Synthesizer. This is where you create powerful Barform Maps. Next up, G.W. shows you how to harness the power of this instrument to build complex arrangements in Logic Pro and Live. After that, the next set of tutorials explains just how massively integrated this instrument is with Live’s Rack, MAX For Live and Push.
This is a beast of a piece of software that, once tamed, will forever reward you with inspiration and amazing tracks. Join G.W. as he takes you deep into Liquid Rhythm’s rhythmic world.
Section 1: Section 1: Getting to know Liquid Rhythm
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Alister Webb wrote on January 1, 2015
I thought this was good without being brilliant. Liquid Rhythm is a powerful tool with radical concepts that need to be explained very carefully. So while I got the general gist of it, when I started playing around with LR myself I didn't feel I had enough grasp of the workflow to be creative out of the gate. It really needs more example workflows, worked through in detail, than the ones G.W. took us through. I felt the examples were rushed, as a seasoned expert occasionally does, assuming you understand his own workflow thoughts. Maybe it was just me.
For ground breaking and conceptually challenging software like this the instructor needs to get inside the mind of a newbie to make sure every small and important move of the mouse is explained. I should never have to ask the questions 'What did he just do then?' or 'Why did he do that?'
Castor Brinx wrote on December 1, 2014
Well Done G.W.. This will bring me to the next level in my beat production.