Hey what’s good MT fam! Got a question from a member on how to create patterns smaller than one bar, so I put together this quick tutorial on creating custom pattern lengths. There are many situations where you may find this useful such as working with ambient samples, creating polyrythms, or just creating a sequence […]
Sequencing & Arranging
Learn how to put together songs, sequences, and arrangements directly in Maschine.
The recent Maschine 2.6.6 update was more of a “finishing of the Ideas View” in my opinion. It completed some of the drag and drop functionality in the Ideas View, so that you can now drag your scenes and groups around in the Ideas View as well as quickly being able to duplicate your scenes and […]
Hey what’s good fam. If you haven’t downloaded the latest Maschine update you can grab it from Native Access. The update is 2.6.5 and one of the main new features is a change to the arranger, specifically, the addition of “Ideas” view. Basically, it looks like a software version of Maschine Jam, it lets you […]
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 […]
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. […]