Native Instruments has been doing some nifty behind the scenes tinkering of late, to get their new MASCHINE JAM controller to work with some of the most popular DAWS used for dance music creation.
It can now be used with Bitwig Studio, Ableton Live and FL Studio, as well as Native’s very own Maschine, making for a very versatile bit of kit from the Native camp. The controller editor comes with specially designed templates so users can interact with their favourite software direct from the JAM interface.
MASCHINE JAM is the first hardware that lets you use FL Studio’s step sequencer from a hardware controller. Additionally, you can use transport controls, input notes from MASCHINE JAM’s hardware, launch clips and more.
You can watch a selection of MASCHINE JAM tutorials via the Native Instruments website.
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