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  • Ellis
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    Joined: Jul 11th, 2006
    New Kore Tutorials
    I just want to say how much I enjoy the new Kore tutorials. The presentation style of the instructor is great, and his perfectly sequenced organization of concepts make Kore very easy to understand. I look forward to the Komplete 5 tutorials as well. Thank you!
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  • logicluvva
    Posts: 158
    Joined: Jun 17th, 2008
    Re: New Kore Tutorials
    I second that. The manual is very robotic....but the tutorial is very well delivered. It rocks.
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  • Vawymia
    Posts: 47
    Joined: Mar 21st, 2008
    Re: New Kore Tutorials
    Thanks for the kind words. This was my first full course for MacProVideo, so I'm happy to hear it's being well received. I'm working furiously on finishing the KOMPLETE course, which I hope will be even better!
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  • BadBadger
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Oct 10th, 2008
    Re: New Kore Tutorials
    Scott, I would like to add my kudos for a great tutorial. It is well conceived and presented. The only criticism I would offer is that, in general, the volume of the sounds is somewhat low. I know that the sounds themselves are not the point of the tutorial, but the imbalance is a little distracting and there are times when it would help to more clearly hear what is happening when they are being tweaked. This has not kept me from learning what you are teaching, but I thought you would want to know about it. Thanks for the course! Jeff
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  • Onir
    Posts: 29
    Joined: Nov 1st, 2008
    Re: New Kore Tutorials
    [quote:51381]Thanks for the kind words. This was my first full course for MacProVideo, so I'm happy to hear it's being well received. I'm working furiously on finishing the KOMPLETE course, which I hope will be even better![/quote] I must say that so far, the Komplete tutorial IS better than the Kore one. Not that the Kore tutorial wasn't good. It was great. But the Komplete tutorial is awesome (even if it isn't complete yet). There are some great tips in there. It makes me wish for more. A full tutorial on Reaktor would be great. (hint)
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