Native Instruments Maschine
About Native Instruments MASCHINE
The flagship integrated software and hardware system for tactile, creative beatmaking. Offers unmatched ultra-fast and creative workflow with tactile control and next level visual representation. Designed for producers who want get lost in beat making without using a mouse or computer screen. It's the ultimate symbiotic relationship between high-powered software flexibility and tactile hardware control. MASCHINE STUDIO is Native Instruments' flagship groove production workstation for professional music production and performance. The most notable developments in MASCHINE STUDIO are the two hi-res color displays that show vital production information. That includes waveforms, patterns, scenes, track levels, mixer channels, visual browser, and more. Along with heightened visibility comes exceptional physical control via touch sensitive multi-color pads, dedicated edit buttons, level section, 8 display knobs, and a job wheel for precision editing, scrubbing, browsing and more. MASCHINE STUDIO also seamlessly integrates with KOMPLETE 9, giving you easy preset browsing, automatic parameter mapping, and product visuals right from the hardware. Enjoy two extra-large, high-resolution color displays (480 x 272 pixels), 8 rotary knobs, a jog wheel, volume knob, 58 click buttons, 8 multicolor group buttons, and 16 multi-color pads. Accelerate your workflow with MASCHINE STUDIO.
A powerful music production system designed to be the centerpiece for professional beat production, as well as an advanced MIDI controller. It offers full hands-on control for a fast and intuitive workflow. It features two black and white displays (256 x 64 pixels). You'll find 8 rotary knobs, 1 push encoder, 39 click buttons, 8 multicolor group buttons, and 16 multicolor pads.
MASCHINE MIKRO MK2
A compact music production system with integrated hardware controller designed for producers who work primarily in their DAW and don’t need in-depth hardware tweaking capabilities. It features one black and white display (128 x 64 pixels), 1 push encoder, 28 buttons, and 16 multicolor pads.