THIS IS MASCHINE
MASCHINE lets you effortlessly produce beats, melodies, and harmonies with powerful drum synths, premium sounds, an integrated sampler, and more – cutting-edge software meets intuitive hardware for ultra-smooth workflow.
CONTROL YOUR GROOVE
MASCHINE’s multi-color pads provide ultimate feel in the thick of the beat. Dedicated group buttons and a master push encoder deliver hands-on control of sounds and key parameters. And eight display knobs automatically map to key instrument parameters for on-the-fly, two-handed tweaking and sound shaping.
SUPREME SOUNDS INSIDE
Get inspired by over 22 GB of sound. Create your own drums with sonically-outstanding drum synths, and dial-in 25 pro-grade effects directly from the hardware. Plus, you get KOMPLETE SELECT – a premium selection of 10 KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects. Get a full suite of professional sound right out of the box and control it all from your MASCHINE hardware.
What’s New in Version 2.4.0:
Available now, the MASCHINE 2.4 update opens the door to closer integration of third party plug-ins in MASCHINE thanks to the new Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) – Native Instruments’ groundbreaking extended plug-in format. NKS-supported plug-ins from across the industry can now take advantage of the unique workflow brought to life by MASCHINE.
ENHANCED THIRD PARTY WORKFLOW WITH NKS
Seamlessly browse, edit, and perform on MASCHINE hardware with some of your favorite third party plug-ins – now with the same instant control that KOMPLETE Instruments already offer. All your plug-ins, all in one place – software installed using the NKS extension now also appear with their presets in MASCHINE’s powerful tag-based browser.
And key parameters of NKS-ready third party products are pre-mapped to MASCHINE’s hardware controls, ready for when inspiration strikes. Effortless music creation – with true integration.
Full support for the new Native Kontrol Standard (NKS): content for NKS plug-ins will show up in the factory tab of the Maschine Browser. Products can be instantiated directly from the Product selector tab. Third-party plug-ins are grouped by vendor in the hardware plug-in browser and the instantiation context menu
– Maschine could crash on loading if certain plug-ins in the project are missing
– Modulation rings on certain parameters did not update while writing modulation
– Inconsistencies in waveform zooming
– Scroll bars would become unaccessible after switching between Mixer and Arranger views
– Certain plug-in views were not recalled correctly