Native instruments maschine 2 handbuch



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Native instruments maschine 2 handbuch

Es ist der einfachste Weg zur Einrichtung Ihrer Musikproduktionstools — damit Sie mehr Zeit mit Kreativität und weniger mit der Verwaltung von Produkten verbringen. Native Access: Registering and Installing a Native Instruments Product. Native Access wird Sie nach Ihren NI-Benutzer-Anmeldedaten fragen. Wenn Sie noch keine Anmeldedaten besitzen, können Sie sich über die Anwendung neu registrieren. Bitte beachten Sie während der Installation besonders die "Installation Preferences" Installations-Voreinstellungen — weitere Details finden Sie weiter unten.

Falls Sie die MASCHINE Software bereits besitzen: Bitte auf die aktuelle Version updaten. Damit die erforderliche Preset-Datenbank erzeugt wird, muss die MASCHINE-Software einmal im Stand-alone-Modus gestartet werdenbevor sie als Plug-in genutzt wird. WICHTIG: Wenn Sie Native Access zum ersten Mal ausführen, werden Sie nach einem Zielordner gefragt "select a target folder".

Native Access wird später alle Produktinhalte, wie Sample-Libraries, in diesen Zielordner installieren. Sample-Inhalte beanspruchen besonders viel Platz, deshalb kann es von Vorteil sein, wenn Sie als Zielordner einen eigens für diesen Zweck bestimmte Festplatte angeben. WICHTIG: Auf Windows-Systemen müssen Sie in Native Access Ihren bevorzugten VST-Plug-in-Ordner angeben.

Einmal ausgewählt, werden alle VST-Plug-ins von Native Instruments in diesen Ordner installiert. Haben Sie Fragen? Besuchen Sie die Knowledge Base oder kontaktieren Sie den Registration Support.

Manuals Brands Native Instruments Manuals Stereo System Maschine Manual Native Instruments MASCHINE Manual. Quick Links Download this manual See also: Reference ManualManual. Related Manuals for Native Instruments MASCHINE Telephone Native Instruments MASCHINE Manual pages. Recording Equipment Native Instruments MASCHINE STUDIO Getting Started pages.

Summary of Contents for Native Instruments MASCHINE Page 1 MANUAL Page 2 The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Native Instruments GmbH. The software described by this docu- ment is subject to a License Agreement and may not be copied to other media. No part of this Page 3 Sunset Boulevard 5th Floor Los Angeles, CA www.

YO Building 3F JingumaeShibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan www. All rights reserved. Page 4: Table Of Contents Support Channel Videos Page 5 2. Page 6 3. Page 7 Table of Contents 3. Page 8 Table of Contents Exporting MASCHINE Objects and Audio Page 9 Table of Contents 5. Page 10 Which Parameters Are Modulatable? Page 11 Table of Contents 7. Page 12 Panel for the Sampler Page 13 9. Page 14 Using the Side-Chain Input Page 15 Resochord Page 16 Duplicating Scenes Page 17 13 Sampling and Sample Mapping Page 18 Page 19 Table of Contents Page 20 Load Long Audio Files and Play with the Start Point Page Welcome To Maschine However, MASCHINE is a lot more than an ordinary groovebox or sampler: it comes with an inspiring 7-gigabyte library, and a sophisticated, yet easy to use tag-based Browser to give you instant access to the sounds you are looking for.

Page Maschine Documentation Hereafter is a quick description of each of these documentation sources. Page Maschine Hardware Control Reference MIDI controller to pilot any oth- er MIDI-capable application or device. This is made possible by the Controller Editor software, an application that allows you to precisely define all MIDI assignments for your MASCHINE controller. The Controller Editor was installed during the MASCHINE installation procedure.

Whenever you see this formatting applied, you will find the same text on the controller. MASCHINE 2 - Manual - Page New Features In Maschine 2. Page 26 Using REAKTOR with Expansion Packs Improvement has also been made where Expansion Packs which use REAKTOR 5 will now be automatically loaded into REAKTOR 6 if only REAKTOR 6 or REAKTOR 6 PLAYER is installed.

Page Basic Concepts We will start with a list defining the most important concepts and names. Arranger View The Arranger is the big area located in the upper part of the MASCHINE window, right under the Header. On its left you can select Groups. The Arranger allows you to combine Sections references to Scenesand arrange them into a song. Page 28 MASCHINE Project structure.

Sound Sounds are the building blocks of all sound content in MASCHINE. A Sound is made up of any number of Plug-ins. Each Sound of the selected Group is mapped to one of the 16 pads on the hardware controller, so you can play the Sounds by pressing the pads. Page 29 Plug-ins. Effect MASCHINE comes with many different effects in the form of Internal Plug-ins. Each Sound, each Group, and the Master can hold any number of effects that will be applied as insert effects. The flexible routing system also allows you to create send effects, multi-effects, and side-chains.

Page Adjusting The Maschine User Interface Manual for more definitions! Adjusting the MASCHINE User Interface The MASCHINE software user interface is very flexible. You can choose what to display and what not, allowing you to focus on your workflow. This section shows you how to adjust the MA- SCHINE GUI to suit your needs. You can also select Browser from the View menu in the Application Menu Bar or from the View submenu in the MASCHINE menu. The Browser button in the Header. Page Switching Between Arrange View And Mix View 2.

Common Operations This sections introduces a few very common operations in MASCHINE you will encounter in numerous situations. Page 35 Basic Concepts Common Operations We show here how to put Sounds and Groups in focus when the MASCHINE software is in Arrange view default view.

Page 36 You can also select multiple Groups at once to apply changes to all of them. Setting the Focus on a Sound To put a Sound in focus: MASCHINE 2 - Manual - Page 37 The focused Group is highlighted. The Pattern Editor displays the Sounds and Patterns of that Group. Click the desired Sound slot in the Sound List of the Pattern Editor: The focused Sound slot is highlighted.

Page Switching Between The Master, Group, And Sound Level Channel properties of the Master, the focused Group or the focused Sound, respectively. Page Navigating Channel Properties, Plug-Ins, And Parameter Pages In The Control Area Master, the focused Group or the focused Sound, respec- tively.

Page 40 Channel properties. Page 41 In the software the names of the available pages are displayed at the top of the Parameter area. The name of the page currently displayed is highlighted. Page 42 Click the left or right arrow to access additional pages. Following types of control elements are available: MASCHINE 2 - Manual - MASCHINE 2. Page 44 Mac OS X. You can also select Undo Step and Redo Step from the Edit menu in the Application Menu Bar or from the Edit submenu in the MASCHINE menu.

The commands in the Edit Page Pinning A Mode On Your Controller i. See the Con- troller Editor Manual for more information on MIDI mode. You can choose which controller you want to use with the MASCHINE software. This can be done both from your controller and in the software.

Page Native Kontrol Standard Application Menu Bar or from the Controller submenu in the MASCHINE menu: Click the Controller menu left or the Controller submenu in the MASCHINE menu right and select the controller you want to use Windows depicted. Page Installing Kontakt Instruments With Nks Support NKS and KOMPLETE Instruments.

When you load a preset from an NKS instrument, all of its parameters are mapped to the controls on your MASCHINE hardware in a meaningful way, just like any preset from your KOMPLETE Instruments. Stand-Alone and Plug-in Mode You can run the MASCHINE software as a stand-alone application or integrate it into your fa- vorite Digital Audio Workstation or DAW, in short by loading it as a plug-in.

The MASCHINE software is available in the VST, Audio Unit, and AAX plug-in formats. Page Switching Instances Multiple Plug-in Instances When you are using MASCHINE as a plug-in within a host application, you can open multiple MASCHINE instances. Actually, you can load as many instances of MASCHINE as your com- puter and your host application can handle CPU-wise. In contrast to the stand-alone applica- tion, they are always synced to the host.

Page Preferences Basic Concepts Preferences Preferences Preferences panel lets you specify various settings for MASCHINE. Page Preferences - General Page 2. To display the General page click the General tab on the left of the Preferences panel.

Page 54 Clock Offset value. As soon as you can hear a flanger-like effect, you know you are close to the correct Sync Offset value. Page 55 Setting Description Default MIDI Input Mode MASCHINE lets you play your Sound s via MIDI notes, for example, from a MIDI keyboard. By default and without any configuration, incoming MIDI notes on any MIDI port and any MIDI channel will trigger the pitch of the focused Sound. Page Usage Data Tracking MASCHINE software.

However, we encourage all users to keep Data Tracking enabled as it pro- vides a valuable tool for understanding the performance of Native Instruments applications when they are used in real life situations. The data sent to Native Instruments is one hundred percent anonymous and will not affect performance.

Page Preferences - Audio Page Preferences — Audio Page Audio page holds settings related to your audio interface. Page 58 Basic Concepts Preferences To display the Audio page click the Audio tab on the left of the Preferences panel. Setting Description Interface Driver Select your audio driver here.