When it comes to Maschine saving kits and samples, I always hear the question of how to save them so you can move them between machines or share them with people. Similar to the mpc pgm format, which allowed you to easily create and share kits.
Sorta like how Kontakt’s nki format or Battery kit format is, but unlike those programs….. maschine doesn’t have a way to save the kit with it’s sounds. Well, there is no “export or save with samples” for kits and sounds or the ability to save monolith files. Basically Maschine kits reference the sounds as they sit on your computer, which is cool, until you decide you want to move some kits to another machine.
Being able to quickly save kits with the samples so you can move provides multiple benefits for the community, as well as the ability for sample companies to provide their kits in an auto-loadable format for the ever expanding community of Maschine users.
In this tutorial video I wanted to share with Maschine users worldwide in hopes that people see there is an easier way than saving the project with samples or trying to export your database just so you can move kits between maschines.
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