Native Instruments are back with another software update for Maschine, adding some new pattern recorder features. Maschine seems to inch closer and closer towards becoming a full-blown DAW with each new improvement, and whilst NI makes no mention of this it’s cool to see Maschine’s development team make improvements commonly used in DAW platforms.
Something that is little known and doesn’t seem to receive the attention it should (at least in my opinion anyway) is Maschine’s ability to control hardware synths right from the controller. Native Instruments has created stacks of presets from different synth manufactures all with pre-mapped
Just about any environment can be a creative and musical playground. In continuation of our Office Beats video where we took to the office sampling staplers, folder drops, toaster pops, hand dryers and more, we thought it’d be fun to take this concept to the
When creativity strikes and you’re in need of a beat, sound effect or any other musical sonics, you can quite literally turn any surrounding into a musical playground, the only limitation being your imagination. To prove this theory, we took to the office with a
Whether they’re a gear nerd or a gear noob, the gear an artist uses has a huge impact on their signature sound. With My Gear, Noisegate picks the brains of exciting artists for a behind-the-scenes scoop on their musical setup. Press Roll are a duo
Continuing their message of accessibility, Native Instruments have just introduced a pair of audio interfaces that will surely satisfy the needs of many bedroom producers/musicians and DJs, and also come bundled with an amazing software package. The hardware itself has that signature matte black finish
After weeks of leaked photos and info doing the rounds on the internet, Akai puts the rumours to rest with their announcement of FORCE – A standalone production workstation which features “Ableton Push” style workflow, whilst providing musicians of all disciplines DAW-centric capability. It’s something