How does Native Instruments’ Maschine and Maschine Mikro compare in terms of workflow?
Aside from Maschine Mikro not having customizable and not being compatible with the Maschine Stand here are a few other differences that might help you make a decision on which one fits your production style best.
-Maschine gives you access to groups from the hardware controller via 8 multi-colored group buttons where Maschine Mikro features only 1 multi-colored group button and shortcuts.
-Maschine allows you to tweak multiple parameters at once where Maschine Mikro does not. You can get around this by programing macro controls and using a second MIDI controller.
-Maschine features a built-in MIDI interface where Maschine Mikro does not.
The price difference between the two is about $270 USD for the full versions. Check out this full comparison for more info: http://bit.ly/MaschineComparisonChart
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