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New work: Maschine.

Author: Christophe Stoll
Date: 2. March 2009

Native Instruments announced a new product called “MASCHINE” on the Namm trade fair this January. Their take on a “hardware/software groove production studio” is now available in stores worldwide and on their website.

Native Instruments Maschine

We designed the Graphical User Interface of the software part and are now lucky owners of the hardware controller, too. We’re having a lot of fun using the product and believe MASCHINE is a great example of how designing a software/hardware product as a single holistic user experience can lead to convincing results.

Visit the this microsite for some more information, screenshots, videos and audio samples.

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Oh, there are 3 comments so far

  1. Looks clean, I like it. Maschine is a bit expensive for me but you must be proud to be involved!

    Tom Davenport on 2. March 2009
  2. [...] iPhone and iPod Touch application we have been working on. Also, you might have already seen the Maschine User Interface. We hope we’ll be able to disclose some more recent work pretty [...]

    The precious family ∞ precious forever on 18. March 2009
  3. [...] already worked with them on the Maschine software UI a few years ago. The main challenge with this mobile version was translating Machine‘s visual [...]

    New work: iMaschine | precious, strategic design & visual language on 6. September 2011

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