Native Instruments just announced a new flagship model in the MASCHINE family of groove sequencing controllers, the MASCHINE STUDIO. Available in black or white, the Studio builds upon the success of the MASCHINE MK2 and MASCHINE MIKRO MK2 by providing advanced sequencing controls, improved sample editing, dual high-resolution color displays, and more.
Native Instruments has just announced new versions of the MASCHINE and MASCHINE MIKRO hardware and software based groove sequencing instruments. They enable you to create digital music with an intuitive, hands-on workflow. The most notable upgrade on the MK2 models are the multi-colored backlit pads.
When a drum machine is conceived by someone who actually produces music in today’s market, the result has a pedigree that’s hard to beat. Geared towards creators of Hip-Hop, R&B, and Urban Pop, the Beat Thang combines sampling, drum programming and sequencing into a portable, easy-to-use machine.
If you take a look at the available groove production sampling workstations, you’ll find a range of instruments that either borrow heavily from classic designs that are more than twenty years old, or you find products that seem like they were made solely for cyborgs.