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Introducing Maschine Mikro

Maschine Mikro is an all-in-one music production studio, combining the
flexibility of software with the feel and flow of a hardware groovebox. The same responsive pads, the same powerful software and the same 6 GB+ sample library as Maschine, with a smaller footprint and an unbeatable price.


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Jaye Baylis's insight:

This is awsome for someone who travels a lot. You can still do everything the full size Maschine does but it takes up less space and it's cheaper. so if you're on a tight budget it may be easier to obtain.

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Customize Your MASCHINE For Less, Native Instruments announces new MASCHINE CUSTOM KITS pricing

Customize Your MASCHINE For Less, Native Instruments announces new MASCHINE CUSTOM KITS pricing | native instruments | Scoop.it

"Native Instruments has  announced new pricing on MASCHINE CUSTOM KITS – sets of colored faceplates and matching knobs for customizing the MASCHINE MK2 hardware."


Via Nolan Bolusan
Jaye Baylis's insight:

I think everyone likes to be able to say that this is what mine looks like. The changeable face plates for the maschine is a great idea to me. Everything is better when you personalize it.

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Jarrell Marshall's curator insight, August 17, 2014 10:44 PM

Now you can customize your MK2's and Mikros. Native Instrument made 5 different color magnetic covers, that include the nob covers as well. I am definitely going to look in this deeper and buy a cover for my pad. 

Doc Manny's curator insight, November 2, 2015 11:36 PM

Everything these days needs to look a certain way for us to have our own comfortability when using it.  Our phone cases, our laptop screen saver, and the color of our music hardware is no different.  I for one still use the Maschine MK1 (in standard issue black) but would love to add some color.  Companies that think like this are sure to be around for a long time (it's sometimes just the little things).  Look at Technics and their 1200 Mk2.  Technics stopped making them years ago and the price has only risen skyward of $1000.00 each (when starting at a base price of $499.00 each when they came out in the mid/late 90's).  The Maschine is the new hit and must have in everyone's studio these days, and customizing it with fun colors will surely help add to your creativity.

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Review of Native Instruments MASCHINE mk2 music production studio

Review of Native Instruments MASCHINE mk2 music production studio | native instruments | Scoop.it

"First there was the Maschine, then came Maschine Mikro, and now Native Instruments has updated both to mk2 with new software features, an improved controller, and additional hardware accessories."


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Some of the small changes that they talked about in this article are some of the reasons I bought the mk2. At first I looked at the new colored pads as a way to get people to buy, but after using it, it's actually very useful. And the pad sensitivity feels better then the last product and the new sounds that come with it are awsome.

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Jarrell Marshall's curator insight, August 17, 2014 10:27 PM

Native Instruments added new updates for both their Maschine, and Maschine Mikro.Having a Maschine Mikro myself I enjoyed reading about the new updates Native Instruments did for the Maschine. 

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NI Unveils Maschine Studio and Maschine 2.0 Software

NI Unveils Maschine Studio and Maschine 2.0 Software | native instruments | Scoop.it
Native Instruments today announced Maschine Studio and Maschine 2.0 - the new flagship groove production studio and next generation of Maschine software. Maschine Studio provides expanded tactile c...
Jaye Baylis's insight:

I can't wait to use the new Maschine. The new screen display is a lot more indepth, and now you can do more on the hardware without using the computer. And they added a jog wheel to make editing smoother and easier.

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Review: Native Instruments Maschine Mk2 and Maschine 1.8 Update

Review: Native Instruments Maschine Mk2 and Maschine 1.8 Update | native instruments | Scoop.it

Oh, Maschine. Are you the all-in-one music production hardware/software for the masses, the ultimate drum pad MIDI controller, a killer plug-in instrument, or just the prettiest multicolored light show on the music store shelf?


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Jaye Baylis's insight:

The update has some pretty interesting and intense sounds. Aslo a wide variety of sounds and instruments to choose form.

 

Pro: More sounds mean more options and ideas for the imagination.

The colors make it easy to organize sounds and patterns

 

Con: If you're new to this product it takes a little time to learn the controls.

Even thought the more sounds you have the better, it can be an overwhelming amount of sounds in the library.

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Zakk Froehlich's curator insight, October 8, 2013 10:35 AM

This music technology is helpful to DJ's and producers in creating drum tracks or just to have for an additional plug-in. It is a useful machine to have. Pro: It adds more possibilities to your creations. Con: It takes a lot of learning to understand.