Maschine duplicate midi notes within pattern
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    Default Maschine duplicate midi notes within pattern

    Word up maschine crew,

    So if you are in a pattern that and you want to duplicate a section of a pattern, you can highlight it and (if the step pattern is set to 1 bar) hit cmd D (on a mac) and it will duplicate that section of midi notes to the next section of the pattern.

    Any way of doing this on the hardware other than shift + pad 7 (copy) then shift + pad 8 (paste) plus having to use the step buttons to be in the right place...?
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    If you want to duplicate the entire pattern from the hardware, you can hold the pattern button and hit "double" at the top. If you only want to copy specific notes rather than all of them, I believe you'll have to copy and paste them individually.
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    Right... Mad that there's a better keyboard function than a hardware function. Ho hum
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