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    Jeremy Ellis performs on Maschine Mikro:

    http://youtu.be/0K2aynMMBpo

    Interesting......

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    wow

    MASCHINE MIKRO is the perfect entry into the world of MASCHINE, giving you tactile, hands-on control for beat production, sampling and performance. This latest addition to the family has the same powerful software and 6 GB+ sample library as its big brother, as well as the same responsive pads on a more compact and portable controller. MASCHINE MIKRO makes a perfect addition for any production setup - get hands-on with your rhythms and grooves both in the studio and on the stage.
    $399 list on NI site so I bet it'll be closer to $350 street price available October 1st.
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    Nice but i wish i had a few more knobs :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by denisps2 View Post
    Nice but i wish i had a few more knobs :/
    That's what the full size Maschine is for.
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    we miss only X2 now

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    i really don't see the point in their downsized s4 and maschine, they cost nearly the same as their big brothers and if your thinking about buying one of those downsized ones just save a litle bit more for the biggers bro's.

    why isn't NI innovative?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Dj View Post
    we miss only X2 now
    If the trends continue it'll be a X1/2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Excluded View Post
    i really don't see the point in their downsized s4 and maschine, they cost nearly the same as their big brothers and if your thinking about buying one of those downsized ones just save a litle bit more for the biggers bro's.
    You ever played in a booth before/after someone with an S4? the damn thing is huge, and half the people I see using one only every use two channels anyway ...


    Quote Originally Posted by Excluded View Post
    why isn't NI innovative?
    srsly?
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    I think if I buy one I would end up craving it's big brother

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    i know but if i had like only 4 knobs it would be alot more usefull. mainly for the use of effects but i know thats the way the industry works.On the other hand i just want something new from NI, not half of something thats already out there for quite some time.
    Love the idea of the imaschine though

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