Native Instruments loves body parts – and so does GW Childs – so that’s why we asked him to create a course on The Finger & The Mouth! Learn to get the most out of your NI Body Parts in this tasty, 40 tutorial, 2-for-1 course.
The Finger, designed by Tim Exile, is Native Instruments' intense, point-'n-play FX processor. Based on Reaktor technology, this plugin brings a wide array of FX and modulations right to your finger tips – all in realtime! The Mouth, NI’s vocoder on steroids by the same designer, turns any audio clip: drums, sound effects or whatever, into a mess of mashed-up melodic and harmonic phrases.
In this doctoral course GW reveals the inner workings of both of these NI synths. You learn their basic functionality and controls. But then, like the sonic surgeon he is, Dr. Childs gives you the biological breakdown of the massive features and effects that are locked up in these amazingly creative expressive body parts!
So get your digital digits ready to dance and vibrate up your virtual vocal chords as you dive into the the depths of these amazing Reaktor instruments. Turn down the lights, sit back and get ready to master your Body Parts in this incredibly deep 40-tutorial collection!
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Peter wrote on August 27, 2015
I have been using The Mouth for a couple of years, but not really knowing what I was doing. I did get some good results in the past, however this course has been great in helping me understand how this plugin actually works, so now I will be able to use it on a much deeper level. Likewise, I also look forward to getting better results with The Finger too! Thanks for this course!
Ru Binkis wrote on June 26, 2015
Well whaddyaknow, someone decided to simplify the manual fun in real-time effects, very interesting course.
Paul wrote on February 19, 2015
Nice little course on Native Instruments 'The Finger' and 'The Mouth' by G.W. Childs. In this course he demonstrates these creative effects on a multitude of different sound sources and practical applications.
Dell Little wrote on December 8, 2014
Great creative presentation. Many uses for these two "swiss army knives" of processing. May become an essential part of my arsenal. Thanks
David wrote on September 6, 2014
Another great tutorial by G.W, showing the potential of The Finger and The Mouth,for inspiration in, I any kind of music,I would imagaine
Lots of content as usual,along with great tips and ideas.
Sebastian Nässén wrote on February 6, 2014
Two really wonderful plug-ins that gets the attention they deserve. A great tutorial with lots of interesting details.
C1ph3rd wrote on July 6, 2013
Nice to see the range of possibilities that the Finger and Mouth have to offer. This walks through all the settings and, using live examples, shows enough to get you well on your way to using them.
Francis wrote on June 13, 2013
Thanks for the tutorial. Both will be useful for vocals (need to disguise my vocals as much as possible) I think but I'll probably try them out on all sorts of things. Also, look like lots of fun too.
Jean-Louis wrote on June 8, 2013
Very good tutorial. I got The Finger and The Mouth with Komplete and never figured out all they can do. NI documentation is a bit slim on these, especially for the finger.
CrunkNation Ent wrote on June 4, 2013
Great Overview! I am definitely more confident and excited about using these tools, after watching these vids! Thank you.