NI’s Maschine is one of the best instruments out there for music makers, producers and performers. And with the latest generation hardware, it’s now better than ever! In this course, NI expert Matt Cellitti explores every aspect of this integrated hardware and software combo.
First, you get a brief history of Maschine, where you learn how the MK3 hardware improves over the previous models. Matt tells you all about the new features: the gorgeous high-res color displays, the bigger pads, the touch strip, and the audio/MIDI interface. Matt also gives you a tour of the interface, explains how to set up the preferences and how to quickly find the sound you’re looking for using the browser.
Next, Matt dives into all the fun stuff. He shows you how easy it is to record a beat, add chords, a bass line, and an arp pattern. In a matter of minutes, you can literally create a full-blown arrangement all from the Maschine controller, without every touching the mouse! You also discover all about recording audio, timestretching, slicing samples, using macros, exporting audio, and more…
So dive into this 21-tutorial course, and see how NI Maschine MK3 can forever change the way you produce music.
After taking a few courses here, I have found some instructions very complicated. The instructor goes quickly through key sequences with explaining what is being pushed. As a beginner, I need to also be told what is being pushed so that I can follow the instructions. Also, there are places where the monitor software is being used, but not shown. As in the Modulation Envelope tab. The video does not show what is being done and it took be 1/2 to an hour to read NI Documentation to find out what was being done on Video that took 10 Seconds. Please explain more what is being pushed or touched as it is being done. Thanks.
Rama Bosch wrote on May 28, 2018
If you have Maschine MK3 get this course. It's just the best thing in the world. Period.
Lipa wrote on January 9, 2018
This instructor is awesome. It is a course that may take several times to capture but it is worth watching.
Wilfred wrote on November 30, 2017
A very good course,
i do not feel so blown away anymore.
And getting more confident navigating throughout the machine hardware and software.
Sometimes a litlle quick on the buttons, but just watch the subject again and focus on what was missed.
I realy liked it.
Davy Jones wrote on November 22, 2017
Great tutorial. Everything explained well. Will Always Come back to reference.