Native Instruments Maschine is a perfect fusion of hardware and software. See how this amazing hybrid instrument will change the way you make music...In this first of a series of tutorials by Native Instruments Product Specialist, Matt Cellitti takes you through everything you need to know to get started with Maschine. Youll get a grand tour of Maschines hardware and software interfaces. Here youll learn how to set it up, get around and begin making music. This tutorial displays both the software interface and the Maschine controller at the same time so that you get a complete look at how these two integrated pieces work as a unit!First, Matt explains the softwares different workspaces: the Browser, Arranger, Control and Pattern Editor. Youll learn how you can efficiently use these software tools to maximize your creativity and workflow. Next he explores the hardware. Youll learn all the controls on this dynamic desktop instrument and how to perform advanced editing functions and make music using Maschines menus, controllers and pads.Now its time to record. Youll soon understand the ins and outs of recording and performing masterful MIDI patterns in Machines unique production interface. Matt goes on to explain the different quantizing algorithms and cool overdubbing techniques.What about arranging? Matt takes you there in the next section as he shows you all of Maschines thoughtfully implemented tools for quickly creating complex arrangements. Theres even a bonus section on automation and creating fills.If you want to learn about Maschine, then learn it from the best Maschinist on the planet! Join Matt Cellitti in this first of a 3-part series, Maschine Quickstart and master this hardware/software hybrid monster in no time flat!Table of Contents:1. What is Maschine?2. Setting Preferences3. The Browser4. The Arranger5. The Control Area6. The Pattern Editor7. Maschine's Hardware Controller - Part 18. Maschine's Hardware Controller - Part 29. Browsing Groups10. Browsing Sounds11. Recording a Pattern12. Quantizing13. Overdubbing14. Scene Arranging - Part 115. Scene Arranging - Part 216. Automation and Fills17. Step Sequencing - Part 118. Step Sequencing - Part 219. Saving20. Exporting - Part 121. Exporting - Part 2
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