NI Maschine is much more than a controller/software hybrid. It's an instrument. And like any instrument, there is always something new to discover, new things to practice, new techniques to master, and new sounds to experiment with. NI Product Specialist and trainer Matt Cellitti draws from his vast knowledge and experience to show you a collection of powerful tips that will sharpen up your Maschine chops and spark your creativity!
In this advanced "HOT TIPS" course, Matt opens up his bag of tricks and reveals the best ones to you. Join him, and learn some sophisticated mixing and routing techniques, extremely cool sampling and recording tips, and incredibly useful and powerful workflow strategies. It only takes one production trick to spark a creative idea, here you'll find 10 of the best.
So sit back, and get ready to energize your brain with these exclusive Maschine tips. If you love working with Maschine, this collection of power-user tips and tricks is a must view!
Great Course. Well paced. Lots of wonderful ideas/
mpc old school wrote on August 22, 2019
this guy is really good at Maschine. He gave a lot of examples that really inspired me to go deeper. Thanks!!!
Mark wrote on January 11, 2019
Ssnakeingrass wrote on November 8, 2018
Excellent Course! My first one on this website and i'm very impressed. Some quite advanced topics with great tips/tricks.
Loxley Sound wrote on June 29, 2017
Excellent course. I was expecting a brief refresher on Maschine, but this course actually contains a lot of information that I wasn't aware of (external lock is a game changer). This course addresses beginner to intermediate level producers: beginners learn about basic signal flow and mixing; experienced users get new tips, and a comprehensive refresher.
A. Riddick wrote on June 6, 2017
Amazing course! Much more for intermediate and advanced users, but when these skills are learned, workflow and music production will be greatly improved! #BravoMattCelletti
T2C wrote on June 5, 2017
I always enjoy Matt Cellitti's courses he's one of my favorites...I would recommend watching this course for MASCHINE users there are some nice tips & tricks for live and studio performances in this course.