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Groundbreaking music production system for tactile, creative beatmaking.

MASCHINE MK2 is the second edition of Native Instruments' highly respected groove production system and it comes stacked with numerous enhanced workflow improvements for an even more intuitive experience and faster performance. 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.

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. The included MASCHINE 2 software is exploding with cutting-edge technology. Improved browsing, arranging, and sampling, plus a new mixer, plug-in strip, and exclusive drum synths. Get ready for the most responsive, fluid, and musical beatmaking experience ever.

Scales and Chords
MASCHINE 2 extends Keyboard Mode with a new scale and chord engine – fully integrated into the MASCHINE workflow. Simply select your scale and start playing melodies on MASCHINE’s 16 ultra-sensitive pads that are always in key. Engage Chord Mode and play chords directly into your compositions.

Arpeggiator
MASCHINE 2 extends Note Repeat into a fully functional arpeggiator. Play any number of notes and let MASCHINE turn them into a melodic pattern. Use the arpeggiator in combination with Scale and Chord Modes and get polyphonic performances from just one key – always in tune. What’s more, the output of the arpeggiator is recorded into the Pattern Editor – perfect for post-performance editing.

Keyboard Integration
MASCHINE 2 gives you full keyboard functionality within the MASCHINE environment. Press browse on your KOMPLETE KONTROL keyboard and the KOMPLETE Browser pops up on your computer screen, letting you select and load a sound directly into a sound slot in MASCHINE. Watch scales, chords, and arpeggios light up across KOMPLETE KONTROL’s Light Guide™, see the color of your sounds in MASCHINE directly on the keyboards, and get perfectly mapped parameters instantly with Native Map™.

Introducing Native Kontrol Standard®
KOMPLETE KONTROL continues its evolution with Native Kontrol Standard® (NKS). NKS is Native Instruments’ extended plug-in format that opens up the KOMPLETE KONTROL system.

It allows VST and KONTAKT instrument developers to integrate their plug-ins with KOMPLETE KONTROL and MASCHINE at the same deep level as KOMPLETE Instruments. This means that even instruments not built by NI can be fully integrated in the KOMPLETE KONTROL and MASCHINE browsers, with instrument parameters intelligently mapped straight out of the box. NKS instruments can access the Light Guide, Smart Play features, and the full creative potential of KOMPLETE KONTROL. And what’s more, the NKS version of an instrument will be a free update for existing owners.

Save On KOMPLETE Software!
If you are purchasing, or already own a MASCHINE Series product, you qualify for special pricing on KOMPLETE 10 and KOMPLETE 10 ULTIMATE. Unlock the full potential of MASCHINE by combining it with the worldwide industry-standard instrument and effect suites for production, performance, and sound design. These two collections of advanced software instruments and effects not only give you a wealth of sound to choose from – they also fire up your imagination. And MASCHINE Series Groove Production Controllers open up their full potential.

FEATURES
  • Industry-standard groove box workflow
  • Sampler, arranger, mixer, effects, and more
  • 16 highly sensitive, multi-color performance pads
  • Two high-contrast displays with 64x256 resolution
  • Eight display knobs to tweak parameters and browse presets
  • Browse, scrub, and adjust tempo, volume, and more with intuitive push encoder
  • 23 high-quality effects for instant sound enhancement
  • Step sequencing, real-time recording, note repeat, slicing, and auto-mapping
  • Extensive MIDI-mapping capabilities to control other hardware and software
  • Easy-to-use browser with tagging of kits, instruments, samples, and effects
  • Intuitive automation recording and step automation editing

Speed-up your workflow both in studio and on stage, order the next-generation MASCHINE today!

SPECIFICATIONS
WHAT'S INCLUDED
Integrated bus-powered hardware controller
Full version of MASCHINE software
Customizable hardware
Compatible with MASCHINE STAND
Full 6+ GB sample content
Full version of MASSIVE synthesizer
KOMPLETE ELEMENTS with over 1,000 sounds
$30 e-voucher for additional KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects or MASCHINE Expansions
GENERAL
Number of displays: 2 (256 x 64 pixel) inverted
Number of endless rotary knobs for direct parameter access: 8 + 1 master push encoder (30 steps)
Number of back-lit buttons for direct parameter access: 47 click buttons (+16 multi-color pads)
Direct access to groups from hardware: YES (with 8 multi-color group buttons)
Browse and load sounds, effects, patterns and projects from the hardware: YES (With straight-forward filtering directly from the controller)
Load KOMPLETE 8 plug-in sounds directly from within the browser: YES (With straight-forward filtering directly from the controller)
Tweak software parameters from the hardware: YES
Record parameter automation directly from the hardware: YES
Tweak multiple parameters simultaneously from the hardware (i.e. filter cutoff and resonance): YES
No of groups: 8
Number of Scenes per Project: 64
Number of patterns per Scene: 16
Direct control over Patterns and Scenes from hardware: YES
Number of samples that can be loaded: Unlimited
Built in MIDI interface: YES
Kensington Lock: YES
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Native InstrumentsMASCHINE MK2
 
4.3

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good quality (10)
  • Functional (9)
  • Easy to use (8)

Cons

  • Difficult to use (3)

Best Uses

  • Concerts (3)
  • Practicing (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (6), Professional musician (4), Novice (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

NOT WHITE - SILVER!

Compared to my old Mk1 this thing is a dream - all the buttons (not pads) now click, which I don't like (sometimes they get double responsive, and sometimes it feels like...Read complete review

Compared to my old Mk1 this thing is a dream - all the buttons (not pads) now click, which I don't like (sometimes they get double responsive, and sometimes it feels like they don't respond the first time, latest 1.8) - and the 8 rotaries are a bit easier to turn, and I like more resistance, but baring these personal qualms and the regular selling price, this is a great piece of kit. If you already have/had a Maschine, and can find a new Mk1 for half the price, well, this isn't worth double. But if you never had one, it's the same price as the original always was.

The pads are WAY more sensitive on the new one, but sometimes you can feel the pad pulling away from the sensor almost like MPC pads, which the MK1 didn't have, it felt solid and almost magically sensed your hits. But for live performance this will be fantastic. I'm used to it already in less than a week, and can play a full kit style drum part live with one hand, these are so sensitive that your pinky doesn't suffer. More sensitive than the Korg PadKontrol which used to be the best.

The software is the same for either unit, but I suppose that is one of the reasons I took a star off, not because it's bad, but because I don't think that it's worth 3 hundo (I can't imagine this unit being worth much more than 3, and bundles always bring the total down...) and the software does seem to sell second hand on auction and classified sites for around a c note.

That said, the software is not available as a 64 bit AU plugin, only 32, though it is a 64 bit VST (not helpful if you're a Logic user). and the Transport controls don't easily control the DAW transport while in plugin mode (for me so far, anyway.)

Lastly, the removable faceplates - the White is not a while face - it is brushed silver/aluminum. Just be aware. I removed the face to see if it was white underneath, but it is filled with magnets underneath. THIS SAID - WHY ISN'T THERE A FACEPLATE WITH OTHER WRITING? Like for Traktor? For Makie? These maps are built in, but it would be nice to have other labels - I know what they do in Maschine, so when I use it with Traktor on occasion, I would like to have labels without using masking tape.

All in all, if you don't have a pad controller, nothing comes close, regardless of price. This is by far the best, so I feel like NI is treating us well for a change - the LEDs are nice and bright but not obnoxious, and the different colors can be useful when playing live (so you know your kicks are always red, snares always yellow, etc, or however you want to lay it out, by banks, by individual sounds, etc).

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Seasoned experimenter found workflow difficult.

I shopped carefully and read many reviews and gave this product a good chance. To be fair I'm I prefer hardware over software production tools. After nearly a year I've decided this product let...Read complete review

I shopped carefully and read many reviews and gave this product a good chance. To be fair I'm I prefer hardware over software production tools. After nearly a year I've decided this product let me down in some ways. The sounds that came out of it just didn't seem to capture what i really wanted to create although it does offer some really great features. Keep in mind, the selling point is to get you away from the computer, I found myself using a midi keyboard as a controller and referring to my Mac software screen to get anything done. I seem to struggle to get any acceptable results at times and I tend to be overloaded with all the options. Maybe, to be fair, some people will have to realize a steep learning curve for some types of music. Some of my creations were interesting, however. I found that the device had a good sound library. The experience has generated few "a-ha" moments. Maybe in the hands of the technically minded you could get great results if you like this workflow. Is it one of those devices in music production history that make you want to run home and make music? I'm not yet convinced, but I'm going to keep trying with it. Maybe its buyers remorse. Navigating the device was work for me all the way around. The midi multitracking just seemed to box me in an unintuitive way, yet it had some powerful features. You may have to try it to see if it works for you.

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(8 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

NOT WHITE - SILVER!

By Jamie

from Philadelphia, PA

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Fast
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Integrated

Cons

  • Price

Best Uses

  • Drum Programming
  • Live Performance
  • Midi Interface
  • Studio Sketchpad

Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

Compared to my old Mk1 this thing is a dream - all the buttons (not pads) now click, which I don't like (sometimes they get double responsive, and sometimes it feels like they don't respond the first time, latest 1.8) - and the 8 rotaries are a bit easier to turn, and I like more resistance, but baring these personal qualms and the regular selling price, this is a great piece of kit. If you already have/had a Maschine, and can find a new Mk1 for half the price, well, this isn't worth double. But if you never had one, it's the same price as the original always was.

The pads are WAY more sensitive on the new one, but sometimes you can feel the pad pulling away from the sensor almost like MPC pads, which the MK1 didn't have, it felt solid and almost magically sensed your hits. But for live performance this will be fantastic. I'm used to it already in less than a week, and can play a full kit style drum part live with one hand, these are so sensitive that your pinky doesn't suffer. More sensitive than the Korg PadKontrol which used to be the best.

The software is the same for either unit, but I suppose that is one of the reasons I took a star off, not because it's bad, but because I don't think that it's worth 3 hundo (I can't imagine this unit being worth much more than 3, and bundles always bring the total down...) and the software does seem to sell second hand on auction and classified sites for around a c note.

That said, the software is not available as a 64 bit AU plugin, only 32, though it is a 64 bit VST (not helpful if you're a Logic user). and the Transport controls don't easily control the DAW transport while in plugin mode (for me so far, anyway.)

Lastly, the removable faceplates - the White is not a while face - it is brushed silver/aluminum. Just be aware. I removed the face to see if it was white underneath, but it is filled with magnets underneath. THIS SAID - WHY ISN'T THERE A FACEPLATE WITH OTHER WRITING? Like for Traktor? For Makie? These maps are built in, but it would be nice to have other labels - I know what they do in Maschine, so when I use it with Traktor on occasion, I would like to have labels without using masking tape.

All in all, if you don't have a pad controller, nothing comes close, regardless of price. This is by far the best, so I feel like NI is treating us well for a change - the LEDs are nice and bright but not obnoxious, and the different colors can be useful when playing live (so you know your kicks are always red, snares always yellow, etc, or however you want to lay it out, by banks, by individual sounds, etc).

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent

By anonymous

from atlanta, ga

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Ease of use
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Ideas And Composition

Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

excellent tool for speeding up ideas / workflow with a hands on approach... pretty good sound library.

Minor issues (like easier audio routing into a DAW like Logic ) would be preferred and i would like the patterns to have a 'hot' signal without overloading the cpu but that may be my lack of familiarity with the unit.

Overall, you'll be pleased if making the transition from the legacy sampler / grooveboxes (emu, akai, roland).

(5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Well Worth It

By Ears

from New York. NY

About Me Professional Musician

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Ask me a question

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Workflow

Cons

  • Cost

Best Uses

  • Concerts
  • Studio

Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

I was skeptical about Maschine at first but I decided to go for it to get the cheaper Komplete crossgrade and after I learned about hosting AU and VST plugs within the Maschine application.

Maschine has totally blown me away. I previously used an MPC1000 that had been operating JJOS2XL. The difference in workflow and integration is night and day.

Maschine is super easy to learn and the menus are very quick and easy to navigate. Not having used MKi I cant comment on having two displays or buttons that click and all that but it seems that they have done even more things right with this version.

One of my favorite aspects of the device/software is the ability to start and stop record mode at the drop of a hat. Its so seamless to be practicing a rhythmic phrase than just hit a button and without having to go back to metronome lay it down. In fact everything operates this way! The kits and effects are solid and there are lots of new ones being added online so even if you aren't a beat slicer this won't get dull anytime soon.

In short, NI have nailed the future of the well integrated MIDI controller although to call this is a MIDI controller is a bit of an understatement.

Only qualm, the pricetag is a bit much but on the whole I think its well worth it.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Incredible.

By doomsday

from Seattle, WA

About Me Novice

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Amazing Functionality
  • Easy To Use
  • Good Quality
  • Intuitive
  • Limitless

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

      I'm in love. I seriously can't put this thing down or stop reading tutorials. It can do so much and it's not difficult to learn quickly. You can do anything with this!

      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      JUST BUY IT

      By MakeATheMusic

      from Youngstown, OH

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sworkflow
      • Improves Workflow

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Beatmaking
        • Producing
        • Sampling
        • Sequencing
        • Songwriting

        Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

        The Maschine is one of the best pieces of gear I've ever purchased. Simply put, it puts your workflow on steroids and allows you to focus on the creative end of producing. Making EVERYTHING controllable straight from the unit leads to increased creativity for your tracks. Maschine combined with a small MIDI controller (Arturia Minilab is perfect) makes for an indestructible production force.

        (3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Great if you are willing to spend a lot of time learning

        By NJ Guitarist

        from NJ

        About Me Experienced

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        Pros

        • Functional
        • Good Quality

        Cons

        • Difficult To Use

        Best Uses

          Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

          This is not a drum machine. It is an electronic device with great software to match all of the manual hardware functions. To use it effectively I had to not only spend a lot of time learning how to use it but needed to take an instructional course on its use. Without the course it was an expensive gadget that wasn't being used. Check out the courses at producer tech dot com.

          The drum kits in the library are a good starting point for creating a beat-rhythm. However, each drum in any kit can have its sound shaped using ADSR controls as well as let you apply FX like EQ, filters, delay, reverb, etc.

          The software is truly a DAW in itself, allowing you to create complete songs with several patterns for verse, chorus, bridge, etc. It also has the ability to add musical instrument parts like bass and keyboards. I don't use these features because I play bass and keyboard and don't need a to simulate them.

          You can incorporate the software interface with LogicPro or Ableton as well.

          Another important point is that you need to have real studio monitors to appreciate the sounds it creates. I purchased monitors with 8" woofers to actually distinguish the changes you an make to a kick drum, for example, applying ADSR controls to the standard sample for that drum.

          If you are willing to spend the time to learn how to use it to its full potential I'd say the price is worth it. If not, save the expense and buy a drum machine.

          If you are a DJ who wants to create dance beats and songs with a lot of effects, this will do it for you. However, this is not what I will ever be doing.

          (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Expensive software(or controller)

          By Matt the cat

          from Earth ( I think)

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Functional

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

              It has a nice software interface. There are far too many drum kits and lots sound a like.(only found 4-5 that I like out of 300 +) My style is more techno/noise than any type of dance music. Everything can be done on the software vs the hardware controller (micro may be a better purchase).Find myself using the software for programming and the controller for listening to sounds and getting a beat down. Personally I like the old Mc-505 better (more usuable drum kits). Installation was tiresome and frustrating. Lots of free software(maschine synth(good). For me the sequencer works better as a point click mouse than a midi controller. I think it depends if your a total software VST person or a hardware person. For me it is an addition and not a replacement. Probably really good fro making dance music. Bottom line is that thing is good/useful but probably over hyped.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Like McDonald's, I'm lovin it

              By 88kee

              from Wenatchee WA

              About Me Experienced

              Pros

              • Can Use In A Live Setting
              • Functional
              • Good Quality
              • Improves Sound

              Cons

              • Difficult To Use

              Best Uses

              • Concerts
              • Practicing
              • Recording

              Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

              It takes a little bit to get used to and to learn, but once you get the hang of it, it's really useful and fun. I had to go to YouTube for a lot of tutorials which were helpful, check out ADSR sound design & synth tutorials, those were my life savers and they also helped me learn to use it in logic. Excellent for making beats and grooves, I write mostly industrial music. In my opinion, it's a fine piece of hardware for an electronic musician.

               
              4.0

              Mindblowing

              By bb

              from Portland, ME

              About Me Novice

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Good Quality

              Cons

              • Complex

              Best Uses

                Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                I'm a guitar player who also loves electronic music and bought this on impulse not knowing much about it. This is a very cool, very powerful product that is not easy to summarize in a short review. Do some Googling and read about before you seriously consider buying. That being said I'm having a blast with it and making some good sounding stuff so far. It has been a steep learning curve, my advice, thoughts, and takeaways are:
                -Maschine is essentially software. The Maschine is just a way of controlling the software. You need a computer, doesn't work without it.
                -Beware, if you decide to resell there are some written in stone rules you need to follow. If you don't do it properly you can effectively brick the unit. Check out the NI site carefully. (I purchased an open box unit and had to jump through a bunch of hoops to get it working, not fun)
                -Learning how to use it well takes work. Do yourself a favor and find a structured online course if you have no prior experience with MPCs. I found one I like on ProducerTech, made a big difference in my understanding and enjoyment.
                -The scope and power of the product is amazing, prepare to have fun and blow a lot of time using it.

                 
                3.0

                Seasoned experimenter found workflow difficult.

                By Socaljammin

                from Ventura, Ca

                About Me Experienced

                Pros

                • Colorful interface
                • Functional
                • Good place to start
                • Good Quality
                • Good value for sounds and synths
                • Quality pads
                • Well made

                Cons

                • Boxes you in with restrictive workflow
                • Does not get you away from the computer
                • Multi tracking a bit confusing
                • Organization for sounds could more intuitive
                • So many options could bog you down

                Best Uses

                • Composition
                • Experimental music
                • Main computer based interface

                Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                I shopped carefully and read many reviews and gave this product a good chance. To be fair I'm I prefer hardware over software production tools. After nearly a year I've decided this product let me down in some ways. The sounds that came out of it just didn't seem to capture what i really wanted to create although it does offer some really great features. Keep in mind, the selling point is to get you away from the computer, I found myself using a midi keyboard as a controller and referring to my Mac software screen to get anything done. I seem to struggle to get any acceptable results at times and I tend to be overloaded with all the options. Maybe, to be fair, some people will have to realize a steep learning curve for some types of music. Some of my creations were interesting, however. I found that the device had a good sound library. The experience has generated few "a-ha" moments. Maybe in the hands of the technically minded you could get great results if you like this workflow. Is it one of those devices in music production history that make you want to run home and make music? I'm not yet convinced, but I'm going to keep trying with it. Maybe its buyers remorse. Navigating the device was work for me all the way around. The midi multitracking just seemed to box me in an unintuitive way, yet it had some powerful features. You may have to try it to see if it works for you.

                 
                5.0

                Great piece of gear for DJ

                By Nicholas

                from undisclosed

                See all my reviews

                Verified Buyer

                Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                This is a great beat maker

                 
                4.0

                Love product but not musiciansfriend.com

                By MadDog

                from West Virginia

                About Me Experienced

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy To Use

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                    Love the Maschine. Best thing since sliced bread

                     
                    5.0

                    A great tool for anyone looking to make beats

                    By BassickBeatsDjs

                    from Telluride, CO

                    About Me Professional Musician

                    See all my reviews

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                    Pros

                    • Customization
                    • Easy To Use
                    • Functional
                    • Good Quality
                    • Improves Sound

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Backup
                      • Concerts
                      • Practicing

                      Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                      This is an extremely versatile groove-making controller that has about as many possibilities to explore and customize as there a moves in chess. The unit is well built with very responsive rubber trigger pads, smooth rubber knobs, and two LCD displays for easy browsing and sampling. The included Maschine 2 software has a massive library of kits, samples, and effects but you can also sample any wav file to customize even further. For the price you'd be hard pressed to find as capable and reliable a Maschine out there. Save yourself the time of watching YouTube comparison videos and reading a bunch of reviews and just make the buy. Treat yo self.

                       
                      3.0

                      MKII LCD Display Malfunctions!

                      By Gonja Star (soundcloud)

                      from Los Angels, California

                      About Me Professional Musician

                      Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                      I just bought one and the LCD displays went out after 20 minutes of total usage. It is very upsetting that so many other customers are experiencing the same problems, even with brand new units! Its very sad thing indeed. :( I cannot see anything on my screens, so I must look at the computer DAW GUI and use the mouse. This has been infuriatingly inconvenient and defeats the purpose of using a Maschine over any other MIDI Controller with some other DAW.
                      If anyone knows a way to reset the firmware on one of these bad boys I would geatly appreciate it.

                      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      4.0

                      mascgine MK2 for me and you?

                      By Dr John

                      from Arizona

                      About Me Novice

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                      Pros

                      • Functional
                      • Good Quality

                      Cons

                      • Difficult To Use

                      Best Uses

                      • Practicing

                      Comments about Native Instruments MASCHINE MK2:

                      I am impressed by the sound. The drum selections are interesting. The pads are very responsive and lend themselves to finger drumming. The Maschine has a lot of potential, but I have not yet figured out how to fully integrate the device with Logic Pro in real time after two weeks of attempted use. As with all newer equipment the learning curve is steep.

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