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MASCHINE 2 Explained®

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MASCHINE 2.0 Explained

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    Tutorial 1

    Introduction - New Layout

    8:06

    Here we take our first look at the new MASCHINE 2.0 software, with its new screen layout and menu options. Jeremy demonstrates completely revamped interface with an expanded workflow, we will begin to explore each section.

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    Tutorial 2

    Setting Your Preferences

    8:43

    Jeremy takes a look at MASCHINE 2.0's very detailed preferences setup with new options to optimize the running of the software and the MASCHINE Studio controller.

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    Tutorial 3

    MASCHINE Studio Controller

    6:35

    The MASCHINE Studio controller is the new addition to the MASCHINE family, with more controls, a jog wheel and dual color screens. Jeremy gives run down of all the functions it can now manage.

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    Tutorial 4

    Transport Bar Explained

    6:21

    This area contains some very basic but also a few unique control settings that are easily misunderstood. Worthy of explanation.

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    Tutorial 5

    Browser Basics Pt. 1

    7:01

    In this tutorial Jeremy accesses project files and groups, both from the software browser and from the MASCHINE Studio hardware controller.

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    Tutorial 6

    Browser Basics Pt. 2

    8:18

    Jeremy continues with the browser by loading sounds, instruments, effects and samples. A look at NI's new optimized gui's for their native plugins, as well as a sneak preview of the new mixer section.

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    Tutorial 7

    Importing Sounds, REX Files and MPC Programs

    9:46

    Jeremy explores how to use your own samples inside of MASCHINE, including direct loading of REX files and any legacy MPC programs and samples libraries.

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    Tutorial 8

    Control Area

    9:03

    Nothing happens for your audio and midi routing unless you fully understand this section of the program. Jeremy also shows how to get access from the hardware controller.

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    Tutorial 9

    Arrange View

    12:31

    Here we look at the new layout of the scene view in particular and how it adds improved visual feedback. Pattern management and hardware controller integration is also explained.

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    Tutorial 10

    Event Area Basics Pt. 1

    7:16

    Jeremy looks at how to organize your sounds inside a group, including link and choke functions, pattern length and using the dual screens on the controller for viewing.

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    Tutorial 11

    Event Area Basics Pt. 2

    6:53

    Jeremy explores setting up your arrangement grid, using note editing tools and shows the controller jog wheel in action.

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    Tutorial 12

    The Mixer

    8:19

    A long awaited enhancement, the new mixer function gives you DAW style control over levels for groups and individual sounds, as well as easier plug-in management per channel. The hardware dual screens mimic the software experience. One of the best new features of version 2.0.

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    Tutorial 13

    Parallel Compression and Send/Return Effects

    5:36

    Both of these mixer functions are now available at long last, and Jeremy shows you how to set them up in the new mixer environment. The new Supercharger compressor plug-in from NI is also on display.

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    Tutorial 14

    Sidechain Compression

    7:49

    Jeremy digs into another long awaited feature, especially for the EDM producers. Ghost trigger setup is also illustrated.

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    Tutorial 15

    More Sidechain - The Tremolo Effect

    5:42

    Jeremy shows some creative uses of sidechaining in other styles of music, and this time we use a third party vsti to do the job.

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    Tutorial 16

    Controlling Automation

    8:41

    Jeremy takes a look at the recording and editing of automation on various plug-in parameters. Hardware control included, as well as deeper software editing.

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    Tutorial 17

    Using Macros

    9:12

    An often ignored feature, Jeremy looks at setting up macros controls and applying them as automatable parameters, including using them in a live performance situation from the hardware.

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    Tutorial 18

    Drum Synths Explained

    6:10

    Another new feature to MASCHINE 2.0 are the new Drum Synths, capable of creating the gamut of drum and percussion sounds. Jeremy explores the features and controls, testing them out in a demo composition.

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    Tutorial 19

    The Sampler

    6:36

    With MASCHINE's great sampling capabilities, Jeremy looks at chopping up drum loops and reassigning sounds to pads, as well as creating your own patterns. The hardware controller is also featured.

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    Tutorial 20

    The Sampler Pt. 2

    6:06

    Expanding on the idea of chopping up drums, Jeremy looks at chopping up and re-programming musical phrases from an imported sample loop. Hip hop producers, this is your bread and butter.

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    Tutorial 21

    The Sampler Pt. 3

    5:12

    Here Jeremy has a look at using the zone page in the sampler menu, doing splits, layers and how you can apply it musically.

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    Tutorial 22

    Multi Output Instruments

    7:05

    We take a look at routing a multi output instrument inside of MASCHINE. We use NI KONTAKT for this video, and we show simple pattern building with the hardware controller.

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    Tutorial 23

    Step Mode

    11:41

    In this tutorial Jeremy explores step mode recording, it's ease of use and it's versatility. This is more applicable using the hardware controller, which is featured heavily in this video.

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    Tutorial 24

    Third Party Effects

    6:14

    Integrating third party effects into the MASCHINE Mixer, including controlling parameters and saving and loading presets directly from the browser.

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    Tutorial 25

    MASCHINE in Logic Pro X

    9:47

    See how to integrate MASCHINE as a plugin within Logic Pro X, routing audio and recording, editing and triggering midi on separate tracks from within Logic.

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    Tutorial 26

    MASCHINE in Studio One

    7:14

    Jeremy examines Presonus Studio One's over simplified method of integrating MASCHINE's multiple outs into their DAW

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    Tutorial 27

    MASCHINE in Live

    10:50

    Ableton Live has an extremely configurable workflow that requires a bit more attention than most, but drag and drop functionality makes it all worth it.

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    Tutorial 28

    MASCHINE in Cubase

    6:15

    From the company that invented the VST plug-in, we go through the motions of setting up Machine inside of Steinberg's Cubase 7.

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    Tutorial 29

    MASCHINE in Pro Tools

    7:50

    Arguably the most used DAW in the world, MASCHINE integration into Pro Tools is discussed and illustrated.

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    Tutorial 30

    Exporting Audio

    8:10

    The final video in the tutorial, Jeremy shows how to use the export functions, allowing you to export your entire mix or even groups and individual sounds to send to a mastering house or for use as stems or loops in other projects. A demo example of the resulting files in an external DAW finishes off this series.

2.1 Update

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    Tutorial 31

    Basic Workflow

    5:56

    In this video we will take a look at some very simple changes that drastically speed up our Workflow. They allow us to spend less time pushing buttons, organizing and scrolling and more time making music.

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    Tutorial 32

    Drum Synth Updates

    3:43

    Next up we have some enhancements to Kick and Percussion modules. Grit Kick has been added which gives us another option that is metallic and crushed sounding. Also, a Performer Mode have been added to the Percussion Interface. By simply holding a pad we can create a very human performance.

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    Tutorial 33

    Moving MIDI

    4:26

    Now let’s look at how MIDI information is passed back and forth between MASCHINE and our DAW. Previously, to move a MIDI performance from MASCHINE was very time intensive. Now a new Batch option makes the whole process very fast and painless. We can also send that pattern right back into MASCHINE.

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    Tutorial 34

    Sampling Workflow

    2:45

    When the MASCHINE 2.0 update rolled out a lot of people’s Sampling Workflow changed dramatically. Now, the Record History is no longer the default view after sampling. In this video I demonstrate how the Sampling Workflow is back and fast.

2.2 Update

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    Tutorial 35

    Introduction

    1:12

    Scottie Introduces himself and briefly explains about the software and firmware updates from MASCHINE.

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    Tutorial 36

    Update Installation

    1:17

    Scottie brings us to the Service Center to download the software updates, and then updates the firmware manually.

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    Tutorial 37

    Touch Sensitive Knobs

    1:35

    Scottie shows us the improved browsing style and menus and how they are laid out. Scottie then shows the Touch Sensitive Knobs and Pad Mode, and demonstrates how easy and fast the navigation is after the update.

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    Tutorial 38

    Scales & Chords

    3:53

    Scottie shows us a preset from Rounds before showing the functionality of the interface. He then shows us Scale and Chord modes, and the Harmonizer.

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    Tutorial 39

    The Arpeggiator

    3:45

    Scottie shows us the Arpeggiator and the different functions and controls it has. He plays the Arp with the Chord sets, introduces some after-touch and tweaks some different parameters to show it's various capabilities. Scottie then records a quick groove with the Arp and signs off.

2.3 Update

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    Tutorial 40

    KOMPLETE Select

    6:00

    Now Machine users get more Instruments and effects right out of the box. There’s a great line up of acoustic instruments, modeled vintage synths, and more drum options. It’s a great addition to anyone’s sound arsenal.

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    Tutorial 41

    Drumsynth

    2:24

    Next we have some great additions to the Drumsynth. There are new Kick and Snare sounds as well as the new Crash and Hat engines. Control every aspect of the synth engine to make it sit just right.

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    Tutorial 42

    Effects

    3:40

    Reverb is getting a big overhaul along with the addition of three more effects; Distortion, Cabinet and Limiter. The reverb is very musical and natural sounding, but it can also get huge and swelly. The Limiter update is much appreciated and very nice to work with now. All of these new updates are very useful and will ear their place in your mix.

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    Tutorial 43

    Workflow Improvements

    3:46

    Finally there are some great workflow updates and improvements. Now working with MIDI and parameters will be much more fluid and easy.

2.4.6 Update

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    Tutorial 44

    Slicing Samples

    3:47

    Now Maschine users can slice samples on the fly.

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    Tutorial 45

    Other Workflow Changes

    4:28

    In this video let’s check out the other additions and changes make to the software.

All hail the mighty MASCHINE 2! Studio professional Jeremy Harding is back with an in-depth look at this wondrous hardware and software studio tool, showing you the important basics, advanced features and functions, and cool tips and tricks! If you want to learn MASCHINE 2 software or Studio hardware, this is a must see.

Jeremy begins your tour of MASCHINE 2 with an introduction laying out what you'll learn in the series, and then important first steps like setting your preferences, GUI overviews and Browser basics. Next, Jeremy focuses on the MASCHINE Studio hardware, showing you how to accomplish the things you just learnt, using the hardware only.

Importing sounds is next and Jeremy shows you how to import WAV files, REX files and even MPC drum kits into MASCHINE for an endless sonic palette. Editing is now revealed, and Jeremy shows you how to go deep, fine tuning your parts to perfection. Tips & Tricks are then shown, such as how to setup Parallel Compression and classic Sidechain Compression to make your music pump and move with the tempo.

The MASCHINE starts to get hot when Jeremy shows you advanced topics like using Automation and Macro Controls, the built in Drum Synth plug-in, the Sampler, Multi-Out Instruments, Step Recording, 3rd Party Plug-ins & Effects and much more.

Jeremy ends your journey with videos on how to setup and use MASCHINE 2 inside Logic Pro X, Presonus Studio One, Ableton Live, Cubase and Pro Tools. The final video in the series shows you step by step how to export your entire mix for the web or mastering, Group Export for Stem Mixing, and Individual Sound Export so you can bring all the different tracks into another DAW for further mixing and production!

But that's not all! Studio wiz Scottie Dugan appears with 4 awesome vids on the new 2.1 update features and functions, covering new Basic Workflows, the Drum Synth, Moving MIDI, Sampling Workflows and more!

Learn all about the new Komplete Select Acoustic Instruments, Synths, and Drum Modules added in the 2.3 Update. Scottie walks you through the new Drumsynth features, the overhaul of the Reverb effect, along with the new Distortion, Cabinet, and Limiter processors. Discover the new workflow improvements in this important update too!

MASCHINE 2.4.6 adds a few tasty new features, and Scottie covers them in these update videos. Now Maschine users can slice samples on the fly with the new Manual Slicing mode. And that’s not all, there are additional workflow changes such as scene length no longer being tied to pattern length. This means the scenes and loop length can freely move however you want. There are some other really nice improvements scattered through the software, which you'll learn about here!

If you're new to MASCHINE 2 software or the MASCHINE Studio hardware, this series is for you. You'll get up and running and have a deep understanding of its workflow and be able to create awesome beats and grooves in no time... Watch "MASCHINE 2 Explained" today.

Addoluciano
Submitted 3 months ago

Great tutorial, very excited for you guys to make a Maschine MK3 tutorial!

Another great tutorial covering many aspects of the Maschine. I like that there are included updates for new features. As in the title, I am using a Maschine MK3 and am eager to learn more about it's capabilities. Thank you!

I am a: Student, Musician, Reaper

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Lysandrix
Submitted 3 months ago

The ableton part was very helpful

If you watch everything from start to finish you should be practicing and making loops in no time.

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Mrljw
Submitted 4 months ago

Was very helpful

I enjoyed the program and it’s detail

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reubenhi
Submitted 5 months ago

Very helpful

Great detail

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TronDon804
Submitted 6 months ago

Wow

Even better than I imagined it would be

I am a: Hobbyist, Producer, Beat Maker, Sound Designer

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NAJAYNICOLE
Submitted 6 months ago

i could of saw this for free

I've been looking all over the net on how to use my maschine studio with logic x as a midi controller without having to use NI software, but I couldn't really find anything on how to that.

i'm used to using logic x ,i don't want to use maschine's software just the hardware

I am a: Semi-Pro, Professional, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Mastering Facility, Logic Pro

Response from Customer Service:

Hello,
I am very sorry you didn't like the tutorial. This tutorial puts the focus on the software so for someone looking for a hardware only instructional on Maschine, I'm afraid this will certainly fall short. It's perfect for those looking to learn the software side of things however. Check out our other Maschine tutorials like the Know How series or First Song in Maschine for instruction that covers the hardware in more detail.
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MGPsyco
Submitted 7 months ago

Great

Very helpful

I am a: Beginner, Student, Semi-Pro, Professional, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, FL Studio, Logic Pro, Pro Tools

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brajion11
Submitted 7 months ago

love it

help me alot

I am a: Beginner, Musician, Pro Tools

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Cutmandu
Submitted 7 months ago

Extremely Helpful for creation of beats melody etc. using Kontakt or other VST's etc.

Great explanation of how to assign sound slots to instruments and layer a beat using midi input/output.

I am a: Student, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Mastering Facility, Ableton Live, Pro Tools

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Lostinart
Submitted 7 months ago

Good starting point

It shows the basic functions of maschine

I am a: Semi-Pro, Professional, Producer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Pro Tools

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1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I started in Music at the age of 10, attending a conservatory and studying 5 years of guitar, voice and music theory. After graduating high school and attending college, my focus shifted to deejaying in nightclubs and hosting my own college radio show for 4 years. During this time I also learnt how to use drum machines, synthesizers, music software and other MIDI equipment, which led to producing local singers and rappers. Eventually I began debuting my productions on my radio show and also deejayed for my acts live on stage at nightclubs and concert venues.

2. What training have you had?

5 years of conservatory training, achieving a Royal Schools of Music London certificate in Music Theory. And then 2 years of Recorded Music Production and Engineering (Diploma course) at Trebas Institute , Montreal, Quebec.

3. When did you get into recording?

Aside from making 4 track bedroom demos for my radio show, my first serious venture into recording was in 1993, starting with radio and TV advertising jobs, doing 15 and 30 second spots, working with vocal talent and doing my own voiceovers. Soon afterwards I began producing commercial Reggae/Pop/RnB records for labels such as Island Records, as well as my own independent label.

4. People you have worked with/for?

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I've done guest lecturing on music production and the music business for various tertiary institutions and organizations such as Red Bull Music Academy (Seattle) Miami Dade College, University of the West Indies, Trebas Institute (Toronto) and for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). I have a very storied background in the music industry, which gives me a wide breadth of experience to talk about...And it seems like people enjoy listening :-)

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MASCHINE 2 Explained® is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great tutorial, very excited for you guys to make a Maschine MK3 tutorial! Another great tutorial covering many aspects of the Maschine. I like that there are included updates for new features. As in the title, I am using a Maschine MK3 and am eager to learn more about it's capabilities. Thank you!
Date published: 2017-11-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from The ableton part was very helpful If you watch everything from start to finish you should be practicing and making loops in no time.
Date published: 2017-11-25
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by from Was very helpful I enjoyed the program and it’s detail
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very helpful Great detail
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Wow Even better than I imagined it would be
Date published: 2017-09-02
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Great Very helpful
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Extremely Helpful for creation of beats melody etc. using Kontakt or other VST's etc. Great explanation of how to assign sound slots to instruments and layer a beat using midi input/output.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from love it help me alot
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Good starting point It shows the basic functions of maschine
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very Helpful I just purchased Maschine Studio 2 ad Maschine 2 software and am learning how to use these via Groove 3. Thanks!
Date published: 2017-07-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Well explained ! It helped me to better understand Maschine's operation.
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Amazing! This is an amazing course!
Date published: 2017-07-09
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Step by Step - Perfect !! Learn the controller, ways to work .. the essentials basic & in depth ! Extremely helpful ! A must for all Maschine owners !!!
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Best Maschine tutorial on the market Learning Maschine has been so easy to learn with these how-to videos.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from very helpful man this is what i needed!
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Hanni Likey Amazing refresher course. Therefore, I likey - Hanni
Date published: 2017-05-26
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Fantastic! I learned so much in such a short time. This is a must!!!
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Exactly What I Needed This tutorial has been tremendous teaching me what I need to know about Maschine 2, and saving months of frustration and guess work. Only reason I gave it 4 and a half stars instead of 5 is because the tutorial is all on Maschine Studio, but this so far has not hindered my learning process. I would purchase again.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Awesome one! This one is really explain the Maschine 2.0, very well, but (in mine own opinion), you need to add the new update along, not to say directly but at least once in 6 months period, to keep your premium customers up to date. But this one is outstanding, i love it.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Quite Helpful Easy to understand.Exactly what i expected
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from awesome excellent course, excellent instructor...
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Love these Videos... I always refer back to them whenever I get stuck. My subscription to this site is well worth it! Keep up the good work.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from very helpful thanks for this
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from great tutorial helped me a lot - focused - methodical but solved all my issues - reminded me of the RTFM without the toothache of actually reading the manual
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from No mute button on screen Excellent videos series. So I thought I could give something back: It's about the video: Maschine 2 Explained/Arrangement View/2m07s: Jeremy mentions it's too bad there is no mute button. However: right-clicking on the group label (A1 etc., so left of the colored stripe divider) in the Arranger solo's a track, while left-clicking enables/disables (mutes) the track. So no need to click any option/control button on the keyboard, it can be done by mouse only. If that is what you meant here?
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very Powerful one of the greatest product...very Cooooool.i advice it for every one....thank you Groove 3
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Glad that I found Groove3 as a tutor.... The tutorial is very good and to the depth. Very good for beginners and into very depth for Users. Saved lot of time & money for classes......Its the best for working professionals or hobbyist.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very informative I will be referring back to this but did learn a lot first time through
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Maschine 2 Explained Great stuff! As a former 14 year teacher, have to say, this is good work! Well paced, thoughtful, engaging, consistent and no filler, this product, will help you get going very quickly!
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 1.0 out of 5 by from Groove 3 training rocks - This training does not. Very disappointing. Basically walks through naming all features functions and buttons - but doesn't present features from a conceptual or workflow perspective. Context is all over the place. Foundations are completely glossed over or dismissed. I've really appreciated all of the training on this site - this was by far the least valuable. Don't bother with this one - just read the manual. Groove 3 rocks - this training does not.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great Tutorial but... I thoroughly enjoyed this tutorial and it helped answer so many open questions that I had. The detail and easy to follow instructions make it seem so simple and it is. I know that this tutorial should show the diversity of Maschine but it does make one frustrated when the demonstrations are not all conducted with the supplied software that Maschine comes with (eg. Music and plugins). Other than that, it took my knowledge of the Maschine to another level at an affordable price. Thank you so much and keep up the good work.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Best Maschine Tutorial i've seen Should have seeked this out when I got my maschine studio. Really in depth and exactly what you need to hit the ground running. The instructor is great throughout the tutorials. Highly recommended to all maschine users.
Date published: 2016-08-19
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from very recommendable ! As always a whole lot of information. A lot of features are shown. Grab it !!!
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Maschine 2 Explained is a great tool to have. Good,clear and straight to the point. Easy to understand
Date published: 2016-06-03
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by from i could of saw this for free I've been looking all over the net on how to use my maschine studio with logic x as a midi controller without having to use NI software, but I couldn't really find anything on how to that.

i'm used to using logic x ,i don't want to use maschine's software just the hardware
Date published: 1969-12-31