Maschine fast became one of the go-to beat machines of millions of producers worldwide when it was launched back in 2009. Since then it’s seen some updates to its hardware and software via Maschine 2.0 and the landmark Maschine Studio controller.
For many, it was a studio tool, used to produce and create ideas and beats, but more and more artists were taking the popular beat maker on the road. Now NI have catered for live performers with a brand new hardware release: Maschine Jam.
In this video, recorded as part of Point Blank’s Friday Forum Live! series, PB instructor Paul Ressel – who has worked with Lana Del Rey and Faithless – gives you a first look at the new Maschine Jam and its new software functions. Like what you see? Be sure to subscribe to Point Blank’s YouTube channel to ensure you never miss another free tutorial or live event.
If you are in London and you would like to check out the brand new hardware release from NI, Point Blank will be installing Maschine Jams in their brand new London studios soon. Point Blank host tours every Wednesday and Saturdays. Click here to book a space on one or find out more about Point Blank’s renowned courses across LA, London and online.
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