MASCHINE+ standalone controller announced by Native Instruments

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  • The new version of the production and performance device no longer requires a computer.
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  • Native Instruments has announced the latest edition in its MASCHINE range, MASCHINE+. Unlike previous versions, MASCHINE+ can be used without a computer. The production and performance device resembles its predecessor, with 16 performance pads and encoders on hand for sequencing and shaping virtual synths, samples and effects. Internal flash storage and 4GB RAM power a bundle of built-in synths, including Massive and FM8, and selections from Native's range of sounds. Users can also import their own samples via SD or USB. MASCHINE+ comes out on October 1st and will cost €1,299. Learn more about MASCHINE+ in Native's walkthrough video.