Maschine + : The Beginner's Guide
Nov 23rd, 2020, 05:07
Now that Native Instruments Maschine is available as a standalone, it's no longer necessary to hook Maschine to a computer to make music -- NI's flagship groovebox Maschine+ can be used completely on its own to produce and perform live or in the studio. Matt Cellitti's new course Maschine + : The Beginner's Guide shows how to make music with this powerful and flexible instrument The course starts with an overview of Maschine+ -- customizing the settings, browsing sounds, and starting recording patterns. It explains how to manipulate samples with the built-in Sampler, and goes through the powerful drum synths, showing how to create your own kicks, snare, hi-hats, etc. The course covers ways to add complexity and groove to patterns using various techniques, recording a bassline, pads and melodic elements, and how to record and edit your own audio such as guitar, vocals, or other live parts. There are arranging and performance tips, and the course digs into the useful Lock mode, how to export your project, how to work with a computer, and much more.. Anyone who's ready to leave their computer behind will want to check out this course and learn how to make music with NI Maschine +.