There are a few different ways to quickly delete your sequence data on Maschine Studio.
No matter if you want to get rid of the whole pattern, data for a specific sound, or a specific section of your pattern, it’s really simple.
In this video I go over multiple ways to delete your data, which way you use will depend on your workflow and which makes more sense to you.
As always, it’s good to know all options available, if you have questions just ask!
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Great vid. Man this is great knowledge to have in the arsenal. I like that its multiple ways to delete data
no doubt man
really enjoying the website saintjoe ! your tuts are great I’ve watched many of them a few times. hope it’s ok to ask this here but would it be possible at some point to do a sequencing / patterns and scene’s tutorial on machine software 2.0 with the mk2 controller? I feel like i’m missing a few things , on how it all works . much respect and happy holidays also.
No problem man, anything in particular you want to see on the MK2 in terms of sequencing, any certain area that has you confused?
Thanks for the quick hit back ! Yes basically the pattern page (drop down) it’s a little confusing there are 4 little boxes there for each pattern but I get that its’ pattern 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 what i get a little confused on is once you have the patterns and you go to scene maybe you could show your basic workflow on how you take the patterns into scene mode with the mk2 . I also can’t seem to find the loop section for the scene area without doing it with my mouse. I see how… Read more »
Here’s the loop mode video for MK2 https://maschinetutorials.com/maschine-2-0-how-to-adjust-the-scene-loop-range-from-the-mk2-hardware-controller/
As for patterns in scenes it works the same as the studio, hit the pad for the pattern you want to play in whichever scene you are in. Loop mode in the sampler is for looping samples you want to make into sustainable sounds, it will not impact your pattern.
Thank you saintjoe .Sorry for missing that video ! There’s so much to learn , really appreciate your help.
No need to apologize man, just ask, if it still doesn’t make sense let me know and I’ll do another video for ya!
thanks man , that video is def holding me down . the only thing i had to ask you was and i hope Im saying this right. when i want to use a sample as a loop I see where you can turn on loop in the key mapping page in edit but is there a way to change the loop points on a sample you are playing back with the controller . Almost like if I am editing where a sample loops for instance a piece of a vocal . In Maschine 2 i couldn’t find the looping for… Read more »
if you just want to use it as a loop, you would set the start/end points in relation to your pattern and use it that way, the loop in keymaping is for if you want to hit the pad and have it continue playing while you hold down the pad, it’s for taking say a longer or shorter sample and turning it into something like a playable instrument.
what can I say man thank you . I’m so good to
go now ! really appreciate you .
Dope Joe, i can’t wait to buy the new Maschine. I’m gonna go dan to Long & McQuade sometime soon play with it….
Also have u found any ways to treat vocals before u record the input. I have tried a few different ways but nothing been working for me… I know old machine i could record the fX i did to the input, now I’m just puzzled.
You can still do it the same way, input on one pad, add your effects, sample the output to another pad or group
I’ll try here in a little, so add FX to input or after routing…?
Might i add I’m now the happy owner of the newest model iMac 27″ Badasszzzz. Mac is the way to go for music everyone step ur game up.
Add after the input before you sample to the next pad. Congrats on your new mac, them joints is sexy. I have a mac, don’t use it much though, prefer Windows os in general…I was also an IT guy for a while so it’s more of a preference for me 🙂
thks Joe… And thats very tru. But i also bought 5 top of the line PC before i even stepped to mac world. None of witch could handle the task of making music smoothly. Bought entry level mac and i was sold, sound was way more tru. Started saving, took over a yr. but i got it. Now for my mixer…..
I built my own PC 🙂 But I know many rocking off the shelf with no issue, but at the end of the day whatever keeps you creative is all that matters, each experience will be different, too many variables.
Word my friend… Well said….!
Great video … I’m wondering what the difference is between these two methods (if any)?
1) SHIFT+ ERASE + pad(s)
2) ERASE + EVENTS + pad(s)
shift+erase will clear the pad including whatever sample, plugin, or sound you have loaded