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Korg Nautilus Video Manual

Korg Nautilus 101

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Korg's Nautilus is a powerful workstation packed with unlimited sonic potential. Watch this course by Matt Vanacoro and learn everything you need to know to start producing great sounds with Nautilus!

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1 Welcome to the Nautilus 01:15
2 Hooking it Up 03:37
3 Pedals and Polarity 02:13

Course Overview

Matt Vanacoro

Matt Vanacoro

With more than 2,200 sounds, sampling capabilities, a touchscreen and nine sound engines, the Korg Nautilus offers a lot of punch for the price. With such a powerful workstation, it can be difficult to master all its functionalities. This is why we asked keyboardist and educator Matt Vanacoro to create this course, where he covers everything you need to tame this beast of a keyboard...

Matt jumps right in by exploring the back panel and explaining how to connect your gear. You discover the Set List and Program modes, and you learn how to navigate the banks and categories to find exactly the sound you're looking for. First thing you know, you start creating and saving your own programs by diving into the various engines. There's a lot of them to explore! Next, Matt teaches you how to use the flexible and complex Korg FX system. You also learn about sampling, using the awesome arpeggiator, creating combinations, recording with the sequencer, using external MIDI and a lot more!

So if you already own a Korg Nautilus or are thinking of buying one, this course is made for you. Sit back and learn everything you need to know about this new Korg workstation with Matt Vanacoro.

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