Today we’ve got an exclusive quick Maschine video from live performer and finger drummer Bass Kleph. In this tutorial, he’s sharing some of his favorite techniques for taking a single sound from a full song and creating dynamic, playable samples out of that sound. Maschine makes it incredibly easy to get sounds ready to sample, with just a few steps to quickly get a few copies of your starting sample into the unit’s pads. Load a full song into the first position on a Maschine group Hit the Sampling button to enable sample-trigger mode. Hit the Edit button, and then adjust the start/end points to find the single sound you want to isolate Switch to “Truncate” in the left Maschine LCD and press “Apply” – this puts the sound into a standalone file and removes the rest of the song. Use Duplicate to make two more copies of the sample Then you’re set to use one of the ways that Bass Kleph outlines in the video above to length a sample and make it more usable for a live routine or a remix. Changing the play type to ADSR and link two of the samples together – making one short and punchy and one time stretched Read more…

Taken from the original article http://www.synthtopia.com E-licktronic has introduced a DIY clone of the Roland TR-808 Rhythm Composer, theYOCTO. According to E-licktronic, the YOCTO is an exact reproduction of the analog part of the TR – 808 (with the exception of the BA662 VCA Clap has been replaced by a BA6110). The classic analog drum synth sound engine is paired with a MIDI sequencer that lets you store up to 256 patterns, organized into 16 banks of 16 patterns in a Non-volatile EEPROM.  

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