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Nine Volt Audio begins its free online video series with a tutorial titled "Creating Soundscapes with Stylus RMX."
The tutorial is a 20-minute, step-by-step tutorial showing Stylus RMX users how to create an eight part tonal and melodic soundscape.
The tutorial utilizes loops from Nine Volt Audio's latest release Textural REX. All loops used in the tutorial are available for download, which allows owners of Stylus RMX to follow along with each step. Users are also welcome to download the Stylus RMX multi file created in the lesson.
Techniques and features of Stylus RMX covered include: creating custom Edit Groups, Rack Effect Combinations and the Chaos Designer.
Nine Volt Audio is not endorsed or affiliated with Spectrasonics.