Getting Started With Maschine
In this 9-part course, ADSR instructor Stephen Ellestad teaches you the basics of Maschine.
Whether you’re totally new to Native Instruments Maschine or you’ve scratched the surface of what it can do, this course is designed to fill the gaps in your knowledge. From the fundamentals of the interface, to recording a drum pattern, right through to more advanced techniques using the software and hardware in combination.
If you’re looking for a complete walkthrough filled with Maschine tips and tricks, this course is just what you need! – find out everything you need to know to get started with Maschine today!
Everything you need to know to get started using Maschine efficiently and effectively in your creative sessions.
In Getting Started With Maschine you will learn the basic fundamentals of Native Instruments Maschine and the Maschine Studio hardware.
The course starts with the Maschine software and hardware interface, browsing and loading kits, and recording basic patterns.
From there, you will move on to learning how to customise your kit, adjust sounds and build up beats with patterns before adding a bass, shaping the sound with plugins and applying automation.
Finally, you will learn the basics of the Maschine Step Sequencer, building up your arrangement with Scenes and exporting your sounds, stems and finished track.
In just over 60 minutes you will break down the skills, knowledge and techniques you need to get started with Native Instruments Maschine today!
- Over 60 Minutes of professional video instruction
- 9 indepth videos each demonstrating critical elements of working with Maschine
> Overview and Software Tour
> Working with Files and Libraries
> Recording a Basic Pattern
> Customising your Drumkit
> Building a Beat with Pattern
> Adding a Bass to the Pattern
> FX & Automation
> Step Mode
> Arranging with Scenes
> Exporting Your Track & Stems
- Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
About Your Tutor
Stephen Ellestad is a multi-instrumentalist producer, engineer and music educator. He has recorded and performed on bass with a wide range of artists – among them Clyde Stubblefield, Hanah Jon Taylor, Ron Holloway & Merl Saunders –to name just a few.
Alongside his jazz and funk work, Stephen works as a producer and mix engineer at his studio in Northern California, composing instrumental hip-hop, chillout and world influenced downtempo alongside original scores for film & television.
Stephen studied at the Media Institute (Madison, WI) and holds Pro Tools certifications in Music and Audio Post Production. He works extensively in Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Ableton Live Studio, NI Maschine/Komplete and Celemony Melodyne.