what is Maschines place in non-hip hop EDM
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    Default what is Maschines place in non-hip hop EDM

    it seems to be focused on hip hop djs (just like all other drum machines/workstation). what functionality do you gain from this over just using a well mapped controller on ableton or any other DAW?

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    what an epic 400th post

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    For me, it's a sampler and workflow thing, and my EDM tracks don't suffer because I use a lot of samples anyway.
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    The 1.5 update added a truck load of instruments and sounds that arent specifically Hip Hop based.

    I think the Hip Hop thing is an understandable criticism but thats the largest market. I think it will become a much more all-round machine in time.

    JUst wish i had more time to get with mine.

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    man, i think maschine is more on the EDM tip. They have more electro stuff than I can handle
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesC View Post
    man, i think maschine is more on the EDM tip. They have more electro stuff than I can handle
    Then the 1.5 update hit the right spot...

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