I put together this course is for those new to the Maschine MK3, those upgrading from other controllers, and those just needing a hardware refresher. The videos in this course are focused, to the point, and designed to give you a solid foundation quickly so you can get back to making beats. Check it out, […]
Basics and Getting Started
These tutorials will help you get started with the basics and understanding the core functionality of Maschine.
If you’re new to Maschine Studio you may be wondering how to adjust the tempo, especially if you’re coming from the MK1 or MK2 controllers. There is no tempo knob so to speak, there is a tap tempo button, and there is a jog wheel. In this quick video I show how tempo is adjusted […]
Once you start working with Maschine you are going to come to a point where you want to save your kit you’ve been working on so that you can use it in other projects. The process in Maschine 2.0 is pretty much the same as in older versions of Maschine, and this video is mainly […]
One of the main questions I get about Maschine 2.0 is how to make your pads cut each other off since they removed the group polyphony setting. Many of us used this setting to quickly have our chops cut each other off as well as themselves. (really hope they bring this back) For now, you […]
So what do you do once you have your project laid out like you want it in Maschine? Most of the time you want to turn it into an audio track or tracks. In Maschine 2.o they have added some features that make it much faster to get everything out of your projects as audio […]
The main place you will be handling all of your sampling is from the record tab in Maschine 2.0 This is where all of your input is taken, where all of your sample history is stored, and where you start for editing and manipulating your sample content. It’s pretty similar to the original Maschine software […]