Very Helpful Tutorial – Beginners

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Make a complete drum and percussion kit and use it to build a totally sample-free groove Shares Maschine’s Drumsynths sound great and are child’s play to program. While Native Instruments’ game-changing Maschine groove production system has developed into a pretty capable all-round ‘mini DAW’ since its launch over five years ago, its primary raison d’etre is without doubt still the production of beats. Sure, you can load up a synth plug-in, switch to Keyboard mode and capture full-on melodies and harmonies via your Maschine controller’s 16 pads, but it’s drums and percussion and, secondary to that, basslines and short musical riffs that are – and always will be – the headline. Introduced in version 2.
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How to build a Drumsynth kit in Maschine 2.0

Make a complete drum and percussion kit and use it to build a totally sample-free groove Shares Maschine’s Drumsynths sound great and are child’s play to program. While Native Instruments’ game-changing Maschine groove production system has developed into a pretty capable all-round ‘mini DAW’ since its launch over five years ago, its primary raison d’etre is without doubt still the production of beats.

Sure, you can load up a synth plug-in, switch to Keyboard mode and capture full-on melodies and harmonies via your Maschine controller’s 16 pads, but it’s drums and percussion and, secondary to that, basslines and short musical riffs that are – and always will be – the headline.

Introduced in version 2. They sound absolutely phenomenal, yet are incredibly easy to program, presenting a salient set of parameters for each one Kick, Snare, HiHat, Tom and Percussion that make it pretty much impossible go wrong.

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to build and trigger a complete drum kit using Drumsynths. It doesn’t matter which Maschine controller you’re using, but you will need to be running v2. For more Maschine tutorial action, get your mitts on the August issue of Future Music Step 1: We’ll start with the kick drum.

This is a heavily processed Kick Drumsynth preset that already sounds great, but we raise its pitch a touch and lower the Decay. We set the project tempo to bpm, record hits on all four quarter notes of the bar, and press the Quantize button to get them perfectly in time. Step 2: We extend the pattern to four bars in length by switching to Pattern mode Button 2 on the Maschine controller and pressing Double Button 9 twice. Next, the snare. We know we only want hits on the backbeat beats 2 and 4 , so we press the Step Mode button, activate Fixed Velocity Button 8 and step sequence rather than record the requisite hits.

Step 3: We select the Snare and adjust its Tune to 65, Decay to We also increase the Sustain on the Transient Master at the end of its effects chain to The result is a longer, deeper, slightly phatter snare.

For the Clap, we set the Decay to Step 4: We need separate open and closed hi-hat sounds, so we load Sounds 4 and 5 with a Hi-Hat Drumsynth each. We switch the closed one to the Circuit engine and darken it: Tune 78, Decay Using the Silver engine, we raise the pitch and frequency emphasis of our open hats by setting Tune to We then record and quantise an off-beat pattern.

Step 5: Maschine 2. We load it on Sound 6, raise Tune to 70, set up the Envelope as shown, and program a single four-bar-long note to trigger the rhythm. The last part is another Percussion Drumsynth: Step 6: With the beat built, all that remains is to balance the levels and process the whole thing as a Group. In the audio examples, you can hear four different treatments, all using the same set of Maschine effects – EQ, Compressor and Saturator – but each one tweaked to achieve a different overall sound in terms of compression timing, frequency emphasis and distortion.

This whole walkthrough was done without stopping playback once, needless to say. Example 1.

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Comments In this video tutorial, Dubspot course designer and Maschine specialist Matt Cellitti explores new sound design workflow with Maschine 2. Maschine 2. In light of this, the new drum synths may seem like just a bonus add-on, but they are actually one of the most useful and creative additions to Maschine in years. Most producers have gone down the rabbit hole searching for the perfect kick drum sample for hours on end.

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