NI Maschine And Maschine Mikro Price Reduction

Native Instruments launches major time-limited special offer      05/07/12
NI Maschine And Maschine Mikro Price Reduction


Native Instruments today launched a major time-limited special offer on their MASCHINE product line, reducing the price of MASCHINE to only $399/399 EUR and the price of MASCHINE MIKRO to a mere $249/249 EUR until August 31st 2012. This represents a saving of $200/200 EUR on MASCHINE and $150/100 EUR on MASCHINE MIKRO compared to the suggested retail price.
An NI spokesperson told Sonic State, "Since its introduction in 2009, MASCHINE has become the ultimate go-to resource for the production of groove-orientated music, spanning the full breadth of musical styles and genres. With its tight integration between software and hardware, MASCHINE has significantly developed over the past years, now also offering full support for VST and AU plug-ins that can be comfortably browsed from the controller. Anyone buying into this offer will also be able to claim the forthcoming new 1.8 update free-of-charge that once again will bring a wealth of new features to the MASCHINE world. The release of MASCHINE MIKRO in 2011 introduced a highly affordable entry into the world of Native Instruments' popular groove production system. By combining the full-featured MASCHINE software with a streamlined and even more compact hardware controller, MASCHINE MIKRO makes the acclaimed tactile and intuitive music creation approach of MASCHINE available at a significantly reduced physical footprint and price."
Pricing and Availability:
This time-limited offer prices MASCHINE at $399 / 399 EUR ¥39800 and MASCHINE MIKRO at $249 / 249 EUR / ¥24800 until August 31st 2012. The offer is available at participating retailers and at the NI Online Shop, until stock lasts. More information:
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George    Said...

Ha ha ha :)))

Germans strike against the new computer based Akai MPC series that will be out in September !!!

Very good marketing move ;)

We'll have a hard battle, but also watch out for Korg, I have the feeling that they will come also with a computer based Electribe, if not this year in the begging of the year!

08-Jul-12 08:46 PM


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