Native Instruments Pulswerk for Maschine
Native Instruments releases the new Pulswerk expansion pack dedicated to minimalist house and techno music, for use in Maschine.
Pulswerk features 30 drum kits with kicks, snares, claps, metallic sounds, etc., as well as Special Kits which include chords, pads, drones and various pitches sounds. Patches are also included, they can be used as a creative basis and pre-sequenced multi-effect kits (effect chains) are tempo-synced and mapped to the Maschine pads just like the other drum kits. They were created from the built-in Maschine effects and feature various routing options. Native Instruments adds that the effect parameters are also mapped to the Maschine Makro knobs.
The sounds in Pulswerk were created using software, hardware, modular synthesizers and drum machines, and then passed through compressor and EQ chains.
A version for iMaschine on iOS is also available for 0.99€.
You can get more information and listen to audio demos at www.native-instruments.com.
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