Can MASCHINE record vocals?
No, only if that traditional DAW workflow is what you want/need. Maschine doesn’t offer that, but you can record absolutely anything into it and have it as part of your project, be it vocals, guitar, or a tambourine.
Is MASCHINE good for making beats?
When Native Instruments first released Maschine in 2009, there was nothing like it. Since it’s based on layering loops, or grooves, the Maschine MK3 is great for recording song ideas quickly, and to some degree, finessing them directly from the hardware.
Can you use MASCHINE as an audio interface?
You can download the guide and the MASCHINE MK3’s manual from our product page. If you are using the MASCHINE MK3 as your computer system’s audio output, you can switch between the line out and headphones (and vice versa), as explained here: Windows: Switching System Audio Output between Line Out and Headphones.
How do I connect my mic to Maschine MK3?
Maschine Mk3 has a 1/4 inch jack input for dynamic microphone only so you’ll need a dynamic mic and a female XLR to 1/4 inch jack cable to connect to Maschine. You have to switch Maschine’s input from line to mic (there’s a menu for it). It can’t record line and mic at the same time.
Is Maschine MK3 a DAW?
The Maschine MK3 is a computer-based music production controller that includes a sampler, arranger, mixer, FX and more. It’s compatible with all major DAWs including Ableton Live, Logic Pro and FL Studio.
Is Maschine a sound card?
Native Instruments Announces Maschine MK3 Controller, Adds Sound Card. The biggest new feature is the onboard audio interface: it sports a pair of 1/4″ line outputs, 1/4″ line inputs, Midi In and Out jacks, a 1/4″ headphone output, and a Midi input jack for connecting a footswitch.