Hey what’s up MT Fam!
Time to start getting into the new Maschine 2.0 & Maschine Studio update and making sure you’re ready to go.
This tutorial shows how to take specific/multiple pads and set them to a fixed velocity
I’m using the Maschine Studio controller in this video but it will work on the other controllers as well.
This is useful for live performance or if you just want specific pads or samples in your kit to be full velocity while the others remain velocity sensitve
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So I can’t remember how it worked in 1.8, but if you do full velocity for one group, do the other groups stay velocity sensitive?
It would be for the pads in general, however if you do it this way, you can have only specific groups be full velocity
So…in theory…this should also work for all other parameters? Like, pitch, poly, etc??
Yes indeed, and it works on groups too, multi select two groups and change the pitch, or multiple pads and change whatever, it’s cool 🙂
Cool tip, thanx brothaaaa 🙂
No doubt man
What did you get the drums for this video?
I think they are the Diginoiz Drum Injection inside the DigiMaschine kit http://digisamples.com/maschine
Not sure if I’m missing something, but when I do this on my MK2 in version 2.1, it is less touch sensitive but not completely full on fixed (max?) velocity. If I hit the pads softer they still get softer. However, at 100% I feel like I have to pound on the pads to get full velocity, so this is definitely preferable just isn’t locked at full fixed velocity. Am I missing something?
I might have spoken too soon. The kit I was using was the “Abby Road 70s Tight Vintage Kit” to test this and that is where I was seeing the above issue, but then I tried this again on a different kit and it worked like you said it would. So maybe this technique is kit dependent??
That kit is multi layer so it will respond a little differently
Just did this and it works perfect thanks!
Glad to help!
Wow, great tip! thanks man! BOOM 😉
Glad to help man!