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Modern groovebox with extensive plug-in integration, real-time controllers, MPC pads and good DAW integration.  All product info

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Product information - Native Instruments MASCHINE+ ULRAVIOLET

Groovebox

With the MASCHINE+, Native Instruments presents its first groovebox for sampling, arranging and composing and sets the bar high. Based on the MASCHINE Mk3, the "Plus Version" is a stand-alone device that can work autonomously without a computer. Two color displays, 16 velocity-sensitive multicolor pads, Ribbon Controller and numerous buttons and knobs, along with a built-in, high-quality 44.1 kHz / 24-bit audio interface, a powerful Quad Core processor and 4 GB of RAM, provide a solid foundation for making music without the need for a DAW. In controller mode, the Native Instruments MASCHINE+ is perfectly integrated into the workflow of current DAWs. The instrument comes with the MASCHINE+ Selection, a selection of effects, instruments and expansions that can be used in stand-alone and controller mode. This selection includes the popular NI plug-ins Monark, Massive, FM8 and Retro Machines. The MASCHINE Factory library, also included in the package, provides 8 GB of additional sounds, drum kits, multi-sample instruments, patterns, projects, synthesizers for Bass and drums, sliced Loops and five editable drum plug-ins. In other words, this Groovebox contains a best-of hardware and software from Native Instruments. For example, you can connect a USB master keyboard directly via the USB-A ports.

Included Software

  • The MASCHINE+ comes with the MASCHINE+ Selection, a selection of instruments, expansions and effects which work in controller and stand-alone mode.
  • The MASCHINE Factory Library contains 8 GB of high quality sounds, drum kits, multi-sample instruments, patterns, projects, synthesizers for Bass and drums, sliced Loops and five editable drum plug-ins.
  • Instruments: Massive, Prism, FM8, Reaktor Factory Selection R2, Retro Machines Kontakt Factory Selection
  • effects: Space, Phasis
  • Expansions: Lilac Glare, Solar Breeze, Deep Matter, True School, Velvet Lounge (and a voucher for two more expansions)

System requirements

Native Instruments MASCHINE+ works without a computer connection. A wireless internet connection is required to use and set up Native ID.

Controller Mode:
Mac or 10.14 or higher, Intel Core i5, 4 GB RAMWin
10, 64 bit, Intel Core i5 (or equivalent CPU), 4 GB RAMUSB
2.0, 9 GB memory required for MASCHINE software and 24 GB for MASCHINE+ Selection

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Native Instruments MASCHINE+ ULRAVIOLET at a glance:

  • Groovebox
  • Fully stand-alone capable
  • Sampling, arranging & composing
  • Vintage sampler emulation
  • 16 velocity sensitive pads
  • Shuffle/Swing
  • Step sequencer
  • Note Repeat
  • Arpeggiator
  • Ribbon Controller
  • High quality 44.1 kHz / 24 bit interface
  • Adjustable Stereo inputs and outputs
  • Quad Core Processor
  • 4 GB Dual DDR3L RAM
  • 32 GB internal memory
  • 2 color displays
  • WIFI & Link
  • incl. large software package
  • incl. 64 GB SD card
  • ULRAVIOLET special edition

The MACHINE+ ULRAVIOLET is a limited special edition to celebrate Native Instruments' 25th anniversary.

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Introducing MASCHINE+ | Standalone Production and Performance Instrument

MASCHINE+ Walkthrough | Native Instruments

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