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Octatrack Tips & Tricks for Sampling

Octatrack Video Tutorial Series
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Enjoy creating electronic music? For Octatrack users here is video trip into the guts of the machine- sampling tips and tricks to produce the grooves that you want.

An Audiofanzine reader, Stephane Lefrancois, has recently emailed me pointing me to his YouTube channel where he has started an Octatrack video tip series.  He kindly asked if I would share his videos here on Audiofanzine.  Well, we are not in the habit, but I took a look at his website SecretMusic and his videos and thought this could be really useful and it’s really been a while since we’ve had electronic music gear video demos. So why not!

The Amp Page

The Playback Page and Menu

Slices and Retrigger

Low Frequency Oscillator Page: Part 1

SecretMusic promises more tips in upcoming videos.  So we’ll check the youtube channel for the rest of the video series to come.


Stephane Lefrancois is an electronic music artist and runs SecretMusic, an independent record label based in London, UK.

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    Posted on 11/23/2011 at 10:51:11
    This is a nice piece off gear:bravo:

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