Windows 10 Updates KB4487017 and KB4487044 seem to be playing havoc with NI's Maschine Studio. What's going on?
Traktor DJ 2 for iPad gets a complete overhaul, Komplete Kontrol goes free and Sounds.com integrates more than ever with NI's apps. Here's the lowdown on everything announced today.
With an emphasis on late 1990's soul, the latest in Native Instrument Expansions series captures the sound of warm funk, hip-hop, jazz, and soul.
Midnight Sunset and Mallet Flux join NI's growing family of loop and preset expansion packs. And there's the chance to submit a track and win an A-series Komplete Kontrol keyboard.
Fall 2018 sees the arrival of a new generation of pro-grade audio hardware and software solutions from Native Instruments, including Komplete 12, Kontakt 6, Maschine Mikro and Massive X!
Get the sound of authentic 90s-tinged hip hop and R'n'B with this new expansion pack from NI for Maschine and Battery.
NI's Maschine Jam makes live performance and recording easy. Here's a speedy guide to getting up and running with the arranger.
NI's Sketches are bite-sized tracks put together with their software and hardware, and performed by featured artists. Here's London-based Ikonika on how she works.
Maschine fully supports third party VST and Audio Units effects. Hollin Jones shares some of the tricks and techniques that make this an incredibly useful feature to have.
Stephan Hinz talks to us about his creative process, his organic live sets and why it's better to use the right tools for the job at hand than give in to gear lust...
The new colour screens in the Maschine Mk3 hardware combined with the new capacitive touch controls make navigation and browsing simple. Watch Matt Cellitti explain why.
With the latest generation of Maschine hardware, NI has made great strides in enhancing and streamlining the capabilities and power of the system. Hollin Jones dives deep into the new features…
NI's new Maschine MkIII hardware boasts an extensive redesign with integrated audio interface, touch strips, large screens and more. Here are all the details plus a first look video.
iMaschine is a great iOS app for making beats and patterns on the move but if you want to really expand your project into a fully fledged song, here are some techniques you can use to do it.
By playing with the sample start time of a sample, the note repeat and mod wheel controls, it's possible to create some cool stutter-style sample sequences in Maschine. Find out how in this video.