Native Instruments has released new workflow update to the MASCHINE 2 software, coinciding with their new MASCHINE+ being made available. This is what they have to say...
Released today, this much anticipated update introduces the new Clips workflow. Clips lets producers arrange ideas in MASCHINE with even more freedom, making it possible to create transitions across scenes, add unique variation to patterns, record MIDI directly into the full arrangement, and freely add audio wherever required.
The release of MASCHINE 2.12 coincides with the launch of MASCHINE+, the new flagship standalone production and performance instrument from NI, which is out today.
MASCHINE+ has generated a lot of excitement since it was announced just a few weeks ago – as well many questions about what it can and can't do. NI's resident MASCHINE specialist Boris Mezga has addressed some of the most frequently asked questions in this new video, shared below.
Pricing and Availability:
The update is available now – free to all owners of the MASCHINE 2 software.
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