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Copy and Paste sounds/pads without a mouse?

Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by astronaut, Dec 26, 2012.

  1. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    greets

    Do you guys know if there is a way to copy and paste sounds/pads without using a mouse?
     
  2. awol9000

    awol9000 NI Product Owner

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    Yeah, the Maschine controller

    Did you only buy the software?
     
  3. Bremen

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    I use the controller as well. For me the whole point of Maschine is getting away from a mouse as much as possible.
     
  4. spencerday

    spencerday NI Product Owner

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    he said in another thread he has a mikro


    I have never used one so i wouldn't know, i thought most things were still possible on the hardware though
     
  5. astronaut

    astronaut Forum Member

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    I found out how to do it. I was searching for "copy pad" in the manual, should have searched for "copy a sound".
     
  6. Bremen

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    Glad it worked out :)

    The manual has tons of good info, but I agree that it can take a bit of creative digging sometimes....
     
  7. awol9000

    awol9000 NI Product Owner

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    Oh, that makes sense. I had Maschine and now a Mikro and it's alot easier with Maschine regular for hardware controls