Since its inception, Native Instruments’ Maschine has been one of the foremost hybrid hardware/software music production systems, designed to harness the power of your laptop through a dedicated controller. Providing far more functionality than simply finger-drumming, Maschine’s 16 coloured pads have become iconic, and featured front-and-centre in the studios of beatmakers and producers the world over. We love this thing! Have a squizz at the bucketload of videos we’ve done on the Maschine over the years including tutorials and tips ‘n tricks on this great music production tool.
Welcome to the first of our Noisegate Tutorial video series. To kick things off, we've got a few videos lined up on the new NATIVE INSTRUMENTS MASCHINE MK3 with the Australian NI product specialist Leroy. To begin with, he's gonna take you through step-sequencing. If you have any questions, by all means comment below and we'll find the answer for you.
Posted by Noisegate on Tuesday, 28 November 2017
For our second NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Maschine tutorial, we take a look at the incedibly powerful Lock and Morph snapshot functionalities that have been made far more accessible with the Mk3 Maschine hardware.
Posted by Noisegate on Sunday, 3 December 2017
In our 3rd NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Maschine tutorial, we take a look at sampling workflow. Maschine MK3's new inbuilt audio interface makes it a one-stop-shop sampling and beat-making powerhouse.
Posted by Noisegate on Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Are your patterns sounding a little robotic and boring? With NATIVE INSTRUMENTS Maschine MK3, it's easier than ever to introduce some variation and humanise your sounds. Here's how.
Posted by Noisegate on Wednesday, 13 December 2017
On NATIVE INSTRUMENTS new and improved Maschine Mk3, setting up macro controllers is now easier than ever.
Posted by Noisegate on Thursday, 11 January 2018