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Generative Meat: Create Your Own Track in Minutes

Tutorial | Wed Aug 25 2021 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

In this video, I explained how to use the Generative Meat to create your own unique track. You can use the Generator to generate a new sequence every 16 bars and then add your own kick drum, hi-hats, drums and other melodic parts. You can also adjust the note range and the sequence will always be in D sharp minor. Finally, you can add a side chain at the end and use samples from your hard drive to create a whole one hour set.

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Questions & Answers

Maybe you dont watch the video, here are some important takeaways:

What is Generative Meat?

Generative Meat is a generator that creates a middle part, bass part, melodic parts, and percussion parts. It generates a new sequence every 16 bars when the button is pressed, and it can be used to create entire sets of music.

How do I use Generative Meat?

To use Generative Meat, you need to load the preset, generate a new sequence at the kick drum, and exchange the kick drum. You can also add a reverb and side chain, and bring in some hi-hats or additional house loops.

Can I customize Generative Meat?

Yes, you can customize Generative Meat by changing the note range, disabling the 16 bars to make the sequence run for longer, and adding reverb and side chain.

What types of samples can I use with Generative Meat?

You can use any types of samples with Generative Meat, including kick drums, hi-hats, house loops, and any other samples from your hard drive.


This is what im talking about in this video. The text is transcribed by AI, so it might not be perfect. If you find any mistakes, please let me know.
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[00:00.000] Hey folks, welcome to a new Generator video. This time I have to explain something a bit.
[00:06.000] I made this one here. It's called Generative Meat. Because it's the meat of the track, this was the idea.
[00:13.000] So you have to add your own kick drum, your own hi-hats, your own drums, whatever.
[00:18.000] And then this one generates the middle part, bass part, and some melodic parts, percussion, and so on.
[00:26.000] So you can bring this in here. If you press this button, it generates new sequence, new sounds every 16 bars.
[00:33.000] So bring in the bass here. Then you need to add maybe your own kick drum.
[00:41.000] So if you like this, and then you can style in drums, some melody parts, and can
[01:00.720] then press Generator to create the new sequence.
[01:14.720] You can also add here maybe a reverb.
[01:27.720] If you want to have the sequence running for longer, then deselect or disable your 16 bars.
[01:33.720] So you don't generate a new sequence. You can also change the note range.
[01:42.720] Or bring it down to have only one note.
[01:56.720] The whole sequence is always in D sharp minor, of course.
[02:03.720] Bring in a side chain here at the end, and check out by the kick drum.
[02:08.720] So if you kick drum now and this Generator part here running, maybe bring in some hi-hats or additional house loops.
[02:28.720] Then you have this one here doing the rest.
[02:55.720] Then you have the same noise.
[08:05.720] Yeah, all you need to do is basically load this preset, generate a new sequence at the
[08:21.120] kick drum, exchange the kick drum, maybe you can create a whole one hour set from this,
[08:26.760] I don't know.
[08:27.760] Maybe create some high heads to that or use one of your samples on the hard drive.
[08:33.120] I'm pretty sure you have a lot of kick drum and higher samples on your hard drive.
[08:38.480] So you can use this and have some fun with this at least today or the next days.
[08:44.680] So yeah, download the link in the description below, have some fun and I'll see you in
[08:50.600] the next video.