Native Instruments has released MASCHINE+, KOMPLETE 13, GUITAR RIG 6 PRO, and CREMONA QUARTET, as well as a new workflow update to the MASCHINE 2 software.
Here’s what’s new in the updates:
This update introduces the new Clips workflow. Clips lets producers arrange ideas in MASCHINE with 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 update is available now and is free.
The release of MASCHINE 2.12 coincides with the launch of MASCHINE+, NI’s new flagship standalone production and performance instrument.
Here’s a quick look at the most frequently asked questions about MASCHINE+:
GUITAR RIG 6 PRO
GUITAR RIG 6 PRO is a major update to the amp and effects modelling platform. It introduces three new amplifiers, Chicago, Bass Invader, and Fire Breather.
The new amps are powered by Native’s ICM (Intelligent Circuit Modelling) – a machine-learning approach to modelling amp circuitry.
Here’s what’s new in Guitar Rig 6 Pro:
Three new instruments join NI’s STRADIVARI VIOLIN to create CREMONA QUARTET: AMATI VIOLA, GUARNERI VIOLIN, and STRADIVARI CELLO.
Each instrument in the quartet was recorded by virtuoso performers in Cremona, Italy, which itself fell silent and rerouted traffic during the recording process.
Both CREMONA QUARTET and GUITAR RIG 6 PRO can be found in KOMPLETE 13 – the latest generation of Native’s flagship production suite.
New in Komplete 13: ARKHIS, MYSTERIA, PHARLIGHT, STRAYLIGHT, SUPER 8, SESSION GUITARIST – ELECTRIC SUNBURST DELUXE, and NOIRE.
Here’s a quick intro to what’s new in Komplete 13:
See the NI site for more information on each of the new releases.