Native Instruments Announces Maschine Promotion

Seventh Heaven Sales Special offers free Expansions with Maschine purchase      02/12/14

Native Instruments Announces Maschine Promotion

Buying Choices

Native Instruments has launched the Seventh Heaven sales special. For a limited time, customers buying MASCHINE STUDIO, MASCHINE or MASCHINE MIKRO will receive a bundle of seven MASCHINE Expansions for free. The Seventh Heaven sales special runs until December 31 at participating retailers and at the NI Online Shop. Here's the story in their own words...

During the special, customers who buy MASCHINE STUDIO, MASCHINE or MASCHINE MIKRO get a special bundle of seven MASCHINE Expansions reflecting a diverse range of production styles. The expansions in the bundle are TRUE SCHOOL, PLATINUM BOUNCE, DROP SQUAD, HELIOS RAY, LAZER DICE, HALCYON SKY, and LUCID MISSION. The expansions cover urban pop, dubstep, broken beat, future bass, and contemporary ambient electronica styles – perfect for producers looking for instant, production-ready sounds without having to spend time on detailed sound design.

Until December 31, customers purchasing a MASCHINE STUDIO, MASCHINE, or MASCHINE MIKRO groove production studio automatically qualify for the special offer. Upon successful registration of the MASCHINE 2 software, users will receive download codes for all seven MASCHINE Expansion via email.

The Seventh Heaven special offer is valid from December 1, 2014 until December 31, 2014, at the NI Online Shop and participating retailers, while stocks last.

The seven free MASCHINE Expansions represent a saving of almost $350 / almost 350 € / almost ¥ 38,000 / over £300 / over AU$550

Pricing and Availability:
MASCHINE STUDIO is available for $999 / 999 € / ¥ 83,800 / £849 / AU$1399

MASCHINE is available for $599 / 599 € / ¥ 62,800 / £499 / AU$849

MASCHINE MIKRO is available for $349 / 349 € / ¥ 36,800 / £299 / AU$499

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