The Browser Pt. 1 (9:22)
The Browser Pt. 2 (4:41)
Loading Plug-Ins (8:29)
Channels & Audio (8:01)
The Pattern Editor (12:32)
The Controller Overview Pt. 1 (12:45)
The Controller Overview Pt. 2 (14:33)
Keyboard & Chords Mode (5:38)
Step Edit & Touch Strip (11:11)
Get started with MASCHINE MK3 now! MASCHINE wiz Sami Rabia takes you from newbie to power user in no time, covering everything you need to know to get started using MASCHINE MK3 and make beats and productions.
Sami welcomes you and then goes over the basic layout of MASCHINE’s software user interface, highlighting its main features and functions, then walks you through setting up configuring its Preferences and Options.
MASCHINE’s powerful Browser is then looked at in-detail, allowing you to look for and save sounds and presets, as well as how to import your own personal samples and use them inside of MASCHINE, giving you a truly endless world of sound to use in your songs and beats.
Plug-ins are next, and you’ll see how to load and manage them inside of MASCHINE, including both NKS formatted plug-ins and regular plug-ins, as well as routing them and your audio and effects.
MASCHINE’s powerful Pattern Editor is then revealed and explained, allowing you start making cool sequences and laying down ideas right away. Then it’s on to MASCHINE’s hardware controller, and after watching, you’ll know how to browse, load and edit sounds all from the hardware, as well as use the transport control for playback and record, and other functions.
Last but not least, Sami teaches you all about the Keyboard and Chords modes, and the Step Edit function and Touch Strip, which are great compositional tools, making programming parts fun and inspirational.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re ready to get going with your new Native Instrument MASCHINE MK3, this is the place to start… Watch “MASCHINE MK3: Getting Started” today!
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Submitted 4 days ago
really hard to follow for a beginner.
I'm kinda muddling my way through this and trying to follow along and notice that it goes WAY too fast and I get frustrated that what's happening in the video doesn't match what's going on in my copy of maschine and notice he's clicked something or done something that he hasn't mentioned and I have to rewind the video and look for what he's done five, six times. Not the best. I'm in the third video and I'm lost already. Way too much information way too quickly for a total beginner.
I am a: Beginner
Response from Customer Service:
You are correct that there is a lot of content to cover in this tutorial as this is an very in-depth piece of hardware but you can watch the individual videos as many times as you need to and piece by piece it will all start to come together.
And more MK3 tutorials to come!
Submitted 5 months ago
A really good tutorial for beginners. Lots to learn on Maschine MK3!!!
I am a: Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Ableton Live, Logic Pro
Submitted 5 months ago
New Content; but helpful
Great content, however I would like to see more in arranging on the MK3. Thanks
Submitted 6 months ago
Beautiful for the basics
Great course for the very basics of Maschine when just getting started. Much easier to learn Maschine when you know the layout and how to navigate the hardware and software before you get into its many capabilities.
I am a: Beginner, Student, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Sound Designer, Ableton Live
Submitted 6 months ago
great videos but feel a bit serious, not much example, for me, show people the result first then show how to do it
I am a: Beginner, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Logic Pro
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