Sampling, slicing, and editing samples of course is a large part of what makes Maschine so fun
Thankfully there have been some really nice workflow improvements in the editor tab of Maschine 2.0
One of the main options is the ability to choose a “selection range” which is independent of the play range.
This options lets you quickly select a section of the sample for editing
Also the way the edit toolbar is setup in the tab makes it so much quicker than choosing from a drop down menu.
overall the editing feels really nice and fluid, if you have questions just ask!*access over 450 video tutorials instantly when you join today!
How do you zoom in and out on studio??
First knob under the right screen
Do you have a video that shows you how to sample from a Vinyl record player and how to hook it up to maschine
Everything you record into Maschine is based on your soundcard, the source will not matter, as long as you have your audio inputs setup in preferences you can sample from anything hooked up to your interface. A record player will be the same as sampling from a keyboard or anything else. But…it also depends on the type of record player you have, what type are you using?
whats good joe? im new to maschine and am trying to figure out how to take soundtracks from movies and other kinds of audio and load it to the sampler to slice up! i was also gonna try to load some tracks but they were in mp3 format! i got a program to convert the mp3 to wav and it lost alot of the quality!! help a brother out! thx!
You can’t import mp3 directly, no matter what way you use it you will have to convert it. Are you on mac or pc?
You can try using Snapper, it lets you grab the parts of the mp3 you want, it’s still converting them to wav but it may sound a little better for you.
thanks man i appreciate it!
No doubt fam
Snap to zero setting exist anywhere? I couldn’t find it.
There is no actual setting or button for snap to zero
how do you make it so your sample loops when you hold down the pad? i seen you do it in 1.8 by hitting the loop button
edit: never mind lol
LOL hahaha 🙂
Actually, I came here for this question, but he figured it out before you answered…it’s not so obvious to me, lol. When I right click my mouse, I can see the option for set to loop, but it’s greyed out and won’t let me click on it:(
You can turn looping on in the zone map section, make sure your put your sample in adsr or ahd to get the actual loop to work, it will not loop in oneshot mode.
Yo these seam more like reviews than actual tutorials?
Not sure what you mean, or what your differentiation of review vs tutorial would be. Each video we do states exactly what it’s about, this video is about understanding the options in the edit tab and showing how they work. It is also an overview of the updates on the section compared to the previous version. Our videos focus on a specific topic so people can find what the want and learn it quickly. Our goal is to make sure you come away from a video knowing how to use the function/topic covered in that video.
Is there a way to stretch stuff beyond 8 bars? I like to work with longer vocals but have to cut them down and align them up in 8 bars at a time. OR is there a way that it will stretch the entire vocal (5 sec or 5 min long) to fit the entire BPM of a track?
You can make your pattern as long as you wish, not just a bars. Also, when timestretching, you can turn of the “sync/beat” mode and just manually timestretch it to a tempo and not just a specific length.
I need to know how to get to the wave form of a sample. I hope my guestion make sense.
Go into sampling, and go to the edit tab you will see the waveform of the currently loaded sample.