Beginner's Guide To Maschine Software & Mikro

Learn The Maschine Software Then Move On To Produce Music With Your Maschine Mikro
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  • Lectures 23
  • Length 1.5 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 1/2016 English

Course Description

This course is a guide for beginners who are not familiar

with the Maschine software and would like to make music

without being limited by their lack of knowledge on the software.

Also, I will teach you how to work with the Maschine Mikro.

Many tutorials online are about the Maschine Studio or the regular

Mk2 and none really cover how to use the Mikro.

In the first section of this course, we will see learn the Maschine

software interface. Once the learning of the software is done, you

can move on to learning to Maschine Mikro.

I recommend this course if you want to learn the essentials of the

Maschine Software and would like to save time by directly controlling

most of the interface on your Maschine Mikro.

What are the requirements?

  • Maschine Software 2.3.1
  • Maschine Mikro Mk2

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create and Arrange Songs From Scratch
  • Compose Beats On The Maschine Mikro Hardware

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is meant for people who are just starting to use the Maschine software and would like to have a reference guide. It's also for folks who have been struggling with the Maschine Mikro interface and would like to produce music without being stuck to the software all the time.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Working With The Maschine Software

In this video we will see the maschine software interface and how to set up our equipment.


In this video, we will see how to optimize our preferences for a better workflow in Maschine.


In this video, we will learn how to browse through the library as well as loading groups, instruments and sounds .


In this video, we will see what is a pattern, a scene, a group and a sound.


In this video, we will see how work in the pattern section and work with the keyboard mode.


In this video, we're going to take a first look at the sampling mode. Then, we will see how to edit our samples and explain certain terms such as truncate,normalize, DCcorrect etc.


In this video, we will go through the Maschine's recording mode.I will show you what is the difference between recording in detect mode vs recording in sync mode to allow to choose the option that suits you the best.


Once you've created your own samples or finished sampling a song and you are satisfied with the pieces, you might want to have a new group only with these samples. This is what we are going to see in this video.


Choke group allows you to stop certain sounds from overlapping each other.


In this video, we will see how to add and custom effects inside the control area.


In this video, we will see the functions of the mixing view.


In this video, I will show you how to create patterns to build a song. Then I will show you how to use scenes to arrange your songs. Once you are done with this video, you can now move on to the Maschine Mikro section.

Exporting Audio From The Pattern Section

Exporting inside of Maschine is really easy. Plus, you have the option to only export certain part of your project in different folders.

Section 2: Working With The Maschine Mikro

In this first video of the second chapter, we will learn how we can escape from the software and work on the hardware. I start by showing you how to browse and load projects, groups, instruments,sounds and samples on your Maschine Mikro.


In this video , will see how to navigate the control area with the Maschine Mikro.


In this video, we will see how to use the transport controls, toggle the groups, the browser the sampling mode the not repeat from the Maschine Mikro.


In this video, we will see the first 4 function in Maschine Mikro columns right next to the 16 pads.The will see how to view the scenes, how to create patterns and use the hardware as a keyboard with the keyboard mode.


In the video, we will see how to use the functions written over the pads 1 through 16.


In this video, I will show you how to create chords with your Maschine Mikro. I will also show you how to acces the different type of scales and how to create awsome melodies with the arpeggiator.


In this video, we will see how to use the step mode to set up the step sequencer .


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Instructor Biography

Cassandra Divine, Musician & Garageband Instructor

Cassandra Divine is a Business Marketing Student as well as a musician. At an early age, she started developing her musical ears.

At age 11, Cassandra started playing guitar and was producing music for her locals rappers. She now knows how to play the guitar, piano, kalimba and drums. Her multi-cultural background led her to participate to Montreal's music festival such as The Blues Festival, Les Nuits D'Afrique ( African Nights ) and LES TAM-TAMS DU MONT-ROYAL. Since 2015, Cassandra has been working on creating affordable online courses for musicians looking to start producing music but who have little knowledge about the topic.

Other than being a musician, Cassandra also has a huge interest in the political and business world. In 2013, she proposed herself as a benevolent for her local elections. She's also working part time as a promotional agent for a Business named Promo-Staff.

Her main goal is to create a recording label based in Africa to sign Afro-Beats Artist and to be a well-known music producer. Her musical inspirations are Michael Jackson, Asaf Avidan, Marvin Gaye, Timberland and much more. Currently living in Canada, she's hoping to move to Cameroon to pursue her musical dreams.

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