Hardware vs. software is a popular debate amongst electronic musicians. Some swear by hardware only, some prefer the flexibility of software... and others like to use both. With Elektron's Overbridge 2, it's now easier than ever to integrate your Elektron analog and digital hardware with your computer. Whether you use the standalone app or the plugin inside your favorite DAW, it's really the best of both worlds. It works with Digitakt, Digitone, Digitone Keys, Analog Rytm, Analog Four, Analog Heat and Analog Keys... so if you're an Elektron user, this course by trainer and producer Thavius Beck is a must view. It will show you everything you need to know to get the most out of Overbridge 2.
Before starting to use Overbridge 2, you need to properly install it and configure it to communicate with your gear. Thavius goes over this process in detail. Next, you learn how to search and load presets in the Sound Browser, how to initialize a track and create your own patches from scratch, and how to use the master effects.
You also discover how to add external audio to the mix using the inputs of your Elektron gear and how to record it directly in the Overbridge standalone app. There's a whole section on how to use Overbridge as a plugin inside a DAW. Using the popular Ableton Live DAW, Thavius demonstrates different ways to route MIDI and Audio for sequencing and recording. The course ends by looking at using your Elektron hardware as an audio interface for your computer/DAW.
So sit back and join Elektron expert Thavius Beck in this in-depth course, and discover the power of the Overbridge 2 plugin/standalone app!