Native Instruments The Finger vs Richard Devine

A Glitchy Look At NI's New Performance Effects Processor      21/09/09

This video captures some early experiments, by Richard Devine, with Native Instruments' The Finger:

I was running some of my drums on a track in Logic's Flex mode, slightly drawing in graphic tempo changes, and automating all the parameter twist knobs drastically, while programming every MIDI parameter I could assign on the piano roll editor, Doing more then my two hands could do=) Just letting it all go crazy. Some strange interesting results indeed. =)

The Finger is designed to be a musical tool for live sound-mangling.

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ojay    Said...

"The Finger is designed to be a musical tool for live sound-mangling."

The "to be a musical tool" bit is missing in the video.

Either the finger is broken or Richard's loosing his shine.

21-Sep-09 11:12 AM


djbeckstein    Said...

He should have used Artillery from Sugar Bytes. Much more possibilities there.

21-Sep-09 01:28 PM


Sean Sax    Said...

The fact that you are able to do something does not necessarily make it something worth doing.

I'll just leave it at that.

21-Sep-09 02:08 PM


barnaby jones    Said...

i smell eggs

29-Sep-09 11:24 AM


Emperor Palpatine    Said...

The problem here isn't The Finger, but what Richard did.

30-Oct-09 03:54 PM


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