That's not my track FWIWMaschine
is fairly super-duper but nothing beats Ableton Live Suite
for sampling, synthesis, mastering, arranging, DJ-ing, etc. - as for the tactile thing, an APC-40
paired with Live is what you really want, if Maschine looks appealing.
I own both. Ableton makes Maschine seem like a toy. A very good toy, and a toy that works very well inside of Live... but a toy.
Originally Posted by chrapladm
I didn't hear much on my TV speakers.....
Imagic do you sample much or start from scratch on a computer for your music?
I am trying to start again and figured I would start out with a Maschine for sampling and go from there. I had looked at an Open labs Niko and other but figured that will take me to long to buy. It is all in one setup but I still have speakers to build.
I watch Jeremy Ellis all the time on his and it seems like it would be a good starting point.
But what are your thoughts on what to start off with?
I like to touch things such as pads instead of a point and click also. Not sure if that helps or not. Either way thanks.