There have been some improvements to the way you map and layer samples in Maschine 2.0
One of the main things in my opinion is the way you can view your samples in a list for quick layering.
You also now have the ability to audition your samples from the keyboard in the map area which can be useful when building multi sample instruments.
They also added the ability to view your sample file waveform directly in the zone map*access instantly when you join today!
This is good stuff here Saint Joe. I been using my Maschine Studio since day one and had not even tried utilizing this section of the sampler. I will be compiling my own kits today, this whole time time I’ve just been linking pads to stack my sounds. Thanks again.
No problem man, glad to help!
Hey at the end of the video how did you pick 3 snares at the same time and then drag them all over to the map part? Thanks again for another dope video!
It’s like selecting text. Click one then hold shift and click the last one to highlight them all.
wasup joe…. i was wondering why i am not getting any looping function in the sampler…..it selects, but doesn’t play back. What do you have to do to engage the loop function. Must be missing something very basic. Also, is the envelope settings for the loop, or the beginning and end end points. Lastly, is it possible to drag and drop groups of multisampled instruments in one go into the sampler, and have them mapped to the various keys? Am i correct in understanding that only samples can be used in the sampler, not instruments, unless they are resampled? Many… Read more »
Loop mode only works if your sample is in adsr mode, if it’s in oneshot then there will be no looping. Basically it will loop as long as you hold the pad/key down once it gets to your loop point. Only samples will show in the sample section, if an instrument is based on samples (direct maschine instruments) you can edit it’s samples as well. Plugins will not show up in the sampler.
No problem fam
bro where is the basic video on just how to start sampling in here? i dont think i have 2.0 tho
This is the most overlooked section in Maschine by many – my self included. I came across a crazy workflow enhancement idea with the zone editor. If you build lets say 61 different snares across your keyboard – how can you save it like a kit, for future use? Because you can then pull back up the mapped snares and have 61 snares(depending on how many keys on your midi controller) available for quick audition to add into your production, verses loading individual snares one by one. Mapping and then saving different sounds into the zone section can speed up… Read more »
No doubt fam, I did a video years ago showing that. Basically you’re using each pad to build a full kit. You would just save that sound/pad as sound in Maschine.
Here’s the old video https://maschinetutorials.com/how-to-build-a-drum-kit-on-a-single-pad/
Good deal! With the limited control over the individual sounds, its better for finding that perfect sound when you feel you may not have the right sound in your drum pattern!! You can mute the current snare and then pull up 61 different snares for auditioning. Oh weee!! Not to mention the layering!! CRAZY!
Yep, depending on how you work, lots of ways you could use it.