I don’t know if any of you are like me, but I’m very particular about how my gear looks in my setup. Specifically, with Maschine Jam, when you’re not using it, all of the led lights are glowing for no reason. There is no power button of course, and I would prefer not to unplug […]
Maschine Jam Tutorials
Learn how to operate and use the features and functionality of the Maschine Jam controller for performance, step sequencing, and more.
Yo what’s good MT Family, got another Maschine Jam video for you guys. This one is showing how to delete your notes in real time so you don’t have to go through and delete each note from the step sequencer. Working this way allows you to quickly delete just a specific section of notes or […]
Yo what’s good MT fam? I’ve got another video with Maschine Jam, this one is specifically for the sample heads. I know I know…it’s not made to deal with samples, which is true…to an extent. You won’t be editing samples from the Jam, but that doesn’t mean you can’t trigger them. When it comes to […]
I know a lot of people are hype about the performance aspect of Maschine Jam, but for me, it’s been more useful as a tool during the creation stage. Being able to quickly start or duplicate patterns, adjust them, add new scenes, and generally try out ideas quickly is where the Jam fits into my […]
Maschine Jam provides a much more immersive step sequencing workflow, including the ability to step sequence melodic notes and chords directly from the controller. If you go into piano roll, you get a physical representation of the piano roll view in Maschine’s software, letting you plot notes up and down the keyboard within your patterns. […]
Yo what’s good MT Fam? Of course another major part of Maschine Jam is the step sequencer layout. It’s much more immediate than the 16 pad layout on the traditional controllers. If you’re into step sequencing then I’m sure this is something you will enjoy. In this video I show how Maschine Jam works with […]