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  • Vawymia
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    Joined: Mar 21st, 2008
    What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    I apologize for the delay in getting out last month's TNT. The good news is that there should be TWO TNTs up fairly soon. I'll be spending some time with some of the hidden gems that come with KOMPLETE, including Acoustic Refractions and some cool Reaktor instruments. You're going to be spending a LOT of time playing with these sounds after my TNTs! On another note, I've got one more TNT left. If you have any ideas for what I should cover for the last month, please reply to this message. Enjoy the TNTs!
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  • Vivisuy
    Posts: 98
    Joined: Jul 27th, 2006
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Tutorial suggestion NI Komplete is very deep and wide in the area of drums and percussion. I would like to see a genuine producer build a drum performance / track for a real score or cue using Komplete sounds. I would also be interested in any suggestions for third party MIDI patterns and performances for purchase. I know that Battery is a tricky one. Are there any MIDI packs in that format? Ultimately I would like to get good enough to do excellent percussion tracks all on my own. What resources are out there for learning "in the box" percussion and track building techniques? Thanks Rob
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  • Vawymia
    Posts: 47
    Joined: Mar 21st, 2008
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    I have a couple of suggestions for you. First of all, Groove Monkee (www.groovemonkee.com) has excellent MIDI beats and is a good place to look for pre-existing beats. If you're interested in more cinematic percussion, I highly recommend Drums Of War from Cinesamples (cinesamples.com). At a minimum, check out the 40 minute video entitled "Drums Of War 2 -- Behind the Scenes". It shows how the composer built up a drum/percussion track using Komplete and the Drums Of War samples. The techniques he is using will work with any drum samples. Battery is not that hard to learn, and I suggest you check it out. It is very easy to create a drum kit, modify the sounds and then use it with your own MIDI grooves. Good luck!
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  • Mtc
    Posts: 4
    Joined: Oct 10th, 2008
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Suggestion(s) Focus on wooble and other bass - workshop with different N.I synth (FM8, MASSIVe, R5.5. RAZOR & Lazerbass, PRO53, KONTAKT? ABSYNTH..). Maybe the same with drumsounds. It's cool to know how use and morph differents plugs for design the same idea. Other idea: crazy fx treatments and mangle for any sounds with differents use of any N.I plugins.... A kind of "Grand Final" for this great tutorial. Best Regards.
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  • Vawymia
    Posts: 47
    Joined: Mar 21st, 2008
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Interesting idea. I'm definitely going to be doing a little "mangling" in the last tutorial!
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  • Necazii
    Posts: 7
    Joined: Sep 13th, 2007
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Any news about the release of these two TNTs? ;)
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  • Symitay
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Dec 1st, 2009
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Sorry for the delay folks. There was a technical issue at our end with the last two TNT releases that has now been resolved. Enjoy!
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  • Necazii
    Posts: 7
    Joined: Sep 13th, 2007
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Thanks for the update Marlowe! :)
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  • danishgreg
    Posts: 54
    Joined: Jun 20th, 2007
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Well worth the wait. Many thanks for the TNT`s. Now i have to upgrade to Komplete 7,50% off in June.
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  • Posts: 54
    Joined: Mar 2nd, 2015
    Re: What's the deal with Native Instruments TNTs?
    Well worth the wait. Many thanks for the TNT`s. Now i have to upgrade to Komplete 7,50% off in June.
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