This article explains how you can use a MIDI sequence you recorded in the Cubase arrange window to trigger Sounds in MASCHINE 1.
- Create a Cubase project and go to Devices > VST Instruments to open the instrument rack.
- In the VSTInstruments window, click on Rack and choose Maschine from the drop-down menu to load an instance of the MASCHINE plug-in into the rack.
- After selecting MASCHINE you will be asked if you want to create a MIDI track assigned to MASCHINE. Confirm with Create.
- Select the Maschine MIDI track in the arrangement view and make sure the MASCHINE plug-in you loaded is selected for both MIDI input signals and output signals.
- Open the MASCHINE plug-in instance and load a Kit.
- Click the downward-pointing triangle next to the Kit header and select Sound MIDI Batch Setup from the drop-down menu.
- Select the option Sounds to MIDI Notes and click APPLY to confirm.
- Make sure the current Scene in MASCHINE is empty. Otherwise you will hear this previously recorded sequence overdubbed to the new recording.
- Record-enable the MASCHINE MIDI track within Cubase and start recording.
Note: If you want to use the MASCHINE Controller to record a MIDI clip in Cubase, set it to MIDI Control Mode first.
Now when you play back the clip you just recorded in Cubase, it will trigger the Sounds in MASCHINE.
Note: You can download the Cubase project shown in this article from the Attachments section below.