Maschine fast became the go-to beat machine of millions of producers worldwide when it was launched back in 2009. Since, 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 our second video focusing on this exciting new controller, PB instructor Paul Ressel (Lana Del Rey, Faithless) demonstrates how Maschine Jam can be used to build and arrange a track in Ableton Live using a controller template. Watch the full video above and subscribe to our YouTube channel so you never miss another free tutorial or live event.
Maschine Jam is Native Instruments’ new hardware controller for their popular beat
As well as learning to make music using Native Instruments’ full suite of products, PB students in London are entitled to an exclusive 50% discount with 30% off NI’s flagship hardware. At our London school you have access to NI hardware including our radio studio kitted out with Kontrol S2 controllers, our DJ room with the latest Traktor hardware and software and Komplete Kontrol keyboards in our project studios. We’ll also be one of the first schools to install our very own Maschine Jams in our brand new studios in the next few days – if you want to come down and see it for yourself, we host tours every Wednesday at 17:30 and Saturdays at 12:30. Click here to book yourself on one.
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