The latest edition of Native Sessions, — Bars — set out to explore the global production ecospheres of hip hop and R&B. Stopping off in Berlin, Germany for a series of panel talks, and tutorials, Native Instruments brought together some of the hottest, hip hop talent in the scene for a beatmaking challenge. Hosted by Kabuki, the producers had 20 minutes to produce their own beat using at least three sounds of the sample pack provided. Watch the video recorded in Berlin, to see how these beatmaker’s fared under tight time constraints, using the latest techniques, updates, and effects in MASCHINE.
Watch: ‘The Flip’ Berlin producer challenge from Native Sessions Bars
The rules are simple. Take four German hip hop producers, give them one sample pack, and see what they create in 20 minutes. This was the challenge Native Instruments set during Native Sessions in Berlin earlier this year. Watch the video below to see what Ahzumjot, Brenk Sinatra, Figub Brazlevic, and Simdal came up.