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Achieving techno Zen with Chris Liebing

Techno alchemist Chris Liebing on his modern day approach to DJing.

March 1, 2017 in

Music to Move To: Producing for Movement Therapy

Movement Tracks are pioneering new methods of using music to help patients with cerebral palsy and Parkinson's disease regain the ability to walk.

July 3, 2017 in

Yves De Mey: Beating The Block

Sound designer and techno producer Yves De Mey discusses how technology helps his creative process.

June 29, 2017 in

How to create Polyrhythms in Techno

Learn how to master polyrhythms using different sequencers and Reaktor 6.

July 2, 2017 in

Fatima Al Qadiri: Navigating The Creative

Discussing her background in music production, the electronic artist shares tips on how to overcome creative blocks, and outlines advice for those starting up in the scene.

May 4, 2017 in

Top 7 Against The Clock Episodes

Delving into FACT Magazine’s iconic video series, Native Instruments selects seven of the best sessions from the illustrious catalogue of production session.

May 29, 2017 in

From Deepchild to Acharné: Creating A New Sonic Language

Australian producer Rick Bull discusses how he recreated his sonic template to switch from club-orientated music to the ethereal world of Acharné

May 17, 2017 in

Alan Oldham: Techno is Retrograde

Detroit legend DJ T-1000, a.k.a. Alan Oldham, discusses how MASCHINE sits at the heart of his new studio.

May 31, 2017 in

Anna Jordan: Sculpting Sound and Design

Reflecting on her musical upbringing, Anna Jordan discusses her sound stylings, and her approach to production as The Allegorist.

May 31, 2017 in

A Potted History of Re-Edit Culture with Greg Wilson

From Segues to Stems, Greg Wilson discusses his history in the re-edit world, through to his involvement with STEMS.

November 1, 2016 in

An amazonian exchange with Dengue Dengue Dengue

Follow the digital cumbia pioneers deep into the Amazon in Peru to meet psychedelic cumbia legends Los Wembler’s de Iquitos and collaborate on new music.

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