Native Instruments Intros ‘Rising Crescent’ Maschine Expansion

Native Instruments today introduced Rising Crescent , which they are calling “the first Maschine Expansion to explore the sounds and rhythms of the modern orient.” Rising Crescent pulls from musical cultures in and around the Mediterranean, and combines them with modern bass production techniques. The expansion is aimed at producers of all genres in search… Read More Native Instruments Intros ‘Rising Crescent’ Maschine Expansion

NI Intros Magnate Hustle Expansion For Maschine

Native Instruments has introduced MAGNATE HUSTLE – a new MASCHINE Expansion tailored to urban pop styles. The expansion pack features a set of guitar licks and chords, synths, and drum sounds plus new presets for Massive and the Maschine 2 Drum Synths. It runs in the Maschine 2 software on Maschine Studio, Maschine, or Maschine Mikro. A compact version for iMaschine is… Read More NI Intros Magnate Hustle Expansion For Maschine

New Maschine Online Training Classes: From DnB to Music Theory

Online tech training provider, Producertech, have launched their newest project, web-based training courses for Native Instruments’ groove production studio, Maschine. The new NI Maschine courses range from overview classes that cover all areas of the software and hardware, to courses focusing on certain styles of music, like House and Glitch Hop. There is even a… Read More New Maschine Online Training Classes: From DnB to Music Theory

NI Releases Circuit Halo Expansion For Maschine

Native Instruments today released Circuit Halo, a new Maschine expansion. Circuit Halo combines “intricately-sampled” vintage synths and classic drum machines with more contemporary patterns. Circuit Halo’s sound set also boasts new presets for the (included) Massive and Reaktor Prism synths. Synth Sounds. Circuit Halo features a collection of samples from vintage synthesizers such as the… Read More NI Releases Circuit Halo Expansion For Maschine

Audiophil – ‘Hope’

Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Nico Steckhan shared this music video, based on a live acoustic glitchtronica performance by Audiophil, Hope. The track is built around a core of guitar, vocals and cajon, but also makes subtle use of Native Instruments Maschine, Korg MicroKorg and even musical saw to create an original blend of acoustic and electronic sounds. .