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Native Instruments Maschine MKII

Loop Sequencer from Native Instruments belonging to the Maschine series.

Native Instruments introduces Maschine MKII.

Native Instruments' new Maschine (MKII) combines pattern-based sequencing, sampling, multi-effect units, and a VST/AU plug-in host.

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New Software Enhancements in Version 1.8

  • MK2 controller support
  • Colors for Groups, Sounds, Scenes, and Patterns
  • Full version of MASSIVE synthesizer
  • Offline time stretching and pitch shifting
  • New effect: Transient Master
  • New effect: Tape and Tube Saturators
  • Save group with samples feature
  • Host Transport Control: If Maschine is run as a plug-in, the hardware transport controls can be used with the host
  • Sample play position indicator on the waveform (hardware and software)
  • AutoWrite pinning
  • AutoWrite on Maschine Mikro
  • Improved handling of missing samples
  • Pre-hear samples from the hardware browser before loading them
  • Choke all playing sampler voices feature ("panic button": Shift + Mute)
  • Revised select page (hardware) with access to note length
  • Quick select events of a sound in a pattern (Shift + Select + Pad)
  • Quick erase events of a sound in a pattern (Erase + Select + Pad)

 

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New Maschine upgrades:

  • Multi-color pads
  • Colors freely assignable to Sounds, Patterns, Groups and Scenes
  • Master push encoder with grid, and 47 all-new click-buttons
  • Timestretch and pitch shifting capability
  • High contrast displays with higher viewing angle
  • Host Transport Control: hardware transport controls can be used to control host
  • New effects: Transient Master, Tape and Tube Saturators
  • Various announced workflow improvements
  • Customizable Mk2 hardware with removable magnetic faceplate for optional Maschine Custom Kits
  • Now also available in white

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Maschine MKII is available for pre-order at a price of 599 Euro. Shipment will start on October 1st.

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