Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MKIII

Compact beatmaker evolves      07/09/18

Native Instruments have just announced a slew of new products - first up Maschine Mikro MKIII which takes the compact beatmaking of the Mikro system and adds a UI more akin to the Maschine MK3, with the new improved, larger pads and the Smart Strip though without the large screens and multiple macro knobs.

Native Instruments Maschine Mikro MK3 is available September 18th priced: £199/$249/€249

Maschine Mikro MK3

Features:

  • Compact, music production instrument that integrates powerful software with tactile, responsive hardware
  • Four ways to input sound using the 16 pads – drum in pad mode, play melodies in Keyboard mode, create chord progressions in Chord mode, and program in a classic step-sequencer style from Step mode
  • Use the software on its own or as a VST, Audio Unit, or AAX plug-in in all major DAWs (including Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and FL Studio)
  • 1.6 GB MASCHINE Factory Selection with samples, one-shots, loops, sample instruments, presets, patterns, drum kits, and songs
  • Same software as MASCHINE MK3 / STUDIO / JAM – includes 25 pro-quality studio and creative FX including filter, EQ, delay, reverb, and compressor
  • 16 large, velocity-sensitive pads for easy two-handed drumming
  • Dual-touch Smart Strip lets you slide your fingers to strum instruments, bend sounds, use Perform FX, and more
  • Push encoder and screen for browsing, navigating, adjusting volume levels and panning, and controlling parameters
  • Powered via USB 2.0
  • Classic groovebox features including 16 pad velocity levels, swing, pad link, note repeat, step sequencer, and vintage MPC60/SP1200 sampling emulation
  • Powerful mixer, arranger, and sampler for full creative control over your tracks
  • A doorway into the Native Instruments sound universe – easily expand your library with KOMPLETESounds.comExpansions, and enjoy perfect integration with any third party NKS-certified instruments and effects

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