In Chapter 3, JK uses the same techniques to make a new sample-based track—a great way to make custom sounds you won't hear anywhere else. Start watching to learn how to make your own beats with MASCHINE.
- Quantizing beats to align notes
- Making a simple drum pattern
- Adding groove to beats
- Using MASCHINE expansions
- Creating melodies
- Adding bass, percussion, and FX
- Creating pattern variations
- Arranging songs
- Making beats from samples
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Voiceover] Hey, what's up? This is JK Swopes, also known as saintjoe. I'm a producer, educator, and owner of MachineTutorials.com. I wanna welcome you to Making Beats with Maschine. In this course, we'll take a look at some of the basics like setting your tempo, understanding beats, quantize, and note divisions. We'll also look at making beats with the internal sounds, machine expansions, as well as chopping up your own samples to make a track.
With that said, let's get into making some beats. (gently rhythmic beats)
Up and Running with BATTERY 4with J. Scott Giaquinta54m 13s Beginner
Programming Beats in Ableton Live 9with Yeuda Ben-Atar2h 27m Appropriate for all
1. Understanding the Basics of Making a Beat
2. Making a Track with MASCHINE's Factory Library and Official Expansions
3. Making a Track from a Sample
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