Maschine's Next Generation of Controllers: New Hardware Features + 1.8 Software Update





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Published on Sep 25, 2012

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Dubspot instructor Matt Cellitti takes a look at Native Instruments new series of Maschine and Maschine Mikro controllers, the Mk2 and the Mikro Mk2, and talks about the new features and creative possibilities offered by the redesigned hardware and 1.8 software update.
With a product as popular as Maschine, any update guarantees to generate a huge amount of interest, and the new hardware and software updates do not disappoint. The controller has been refreshed, looking better than ever with the newly redesigned color pads and LCD screens. The software has been updated with the addition of the long-requested timestretching function, new effects, and a host of workability improvements. Also, let's not forget that Native Instruments threw in one of their most popular synths (Massive) for free to anyone updating their Maschine software to version 1.8! - Matt Cellitti

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