Maschinestrument vol 1

Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by in Bass, Keys, Sound FX, Strings, Synth, Woodwind

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars
Loading...

MaschinestrumentV1

Maschinestrument Vol 1 is a deeply multi-sampled library made exclusively for Maschine.

The sounds are created from source material of various analog and modular synths, digital hybrid synthesisers, vintage electronic pianos, organs, and more.

This synth library has more of a thick and warm feel than a digital sound in my opinion. There’s really good use of Maschine’s modulation and internal effects to really give this library a unique sound.

If you want to add a bit of grit, warmth and body to your Maschine library you should give this one a listen.

With deep bass, smooth pads, wild leads, and crazy effects….. if you’re looking for something that doesn’t sound like the Maschine library, you should definitely start here.

Quick Specs

, , ,

14 Responses to “Maschinestrument vol 1”

  1. Thomas Greco

    22. Oct, 2013

    I let you know what I think! Amazing! I can’t believe how many good sounds I heard! It was never ending man.

    Reply to this comment
  2. KNock

    22. Oct, 2013

    Flux killed it on this one… After going through the sounds I see he put time into this joint. Great review

    Reply to this comment
  3. Quickmix

    22. Oct, 2013

    Top!

    Reply to this comment
  4. nat~rev

    24. Oct, 2013

    Man, Flux really goes all out. Great pack. Definitely gonna grab this one!

    Reply to this comment
  5. Sudden death

    22. Apr, 2014

    Hey ,Saintjoe when u buy these maschine packs are they already to go or do u have to import and tag?

    Reply to this comment
    • saintjoe

      22. Apr, 2014

      Most of them just require you to import/add to your user location and they will be tagged for you.

      Reply to this comment
  6. beatgeneral4000

    25. Jun, 2014

    No offense but i thought that was very whack. Here is another one lol once again I have a question on these types of kits. One the sounds in the kit are copyright protected as they source them from outboard hardware synths that they layer so how can i as a producer use these packs with out sewed ? If they are not can his website provide detailed information on the source of the sounds ? how did they create them ? can they provide proof of where they got the sounds from and or a letter from the company with permission to use and sell those sounds ? Just saying…lol i dont wanna kill the vibe but as you know as a producer when making placements and selling music you do not want to get sued. – Beat General

    Reply to this comment
    • saintjoe

      25. Jun, 2014

      All original content, he’s shown his process numerous times. No different than NI or any other company, they use their hardware synths to create new sounds, not simply sample the presets from the synth. You don’t need a letter from a company to make sounds with their gear, that’s the entire point of owning the gear, to make your own sounds.

      Reply to this comment
  7. A.Lopez

    26. Aug, 2014

    SJ, thanks for putting the time in so we get a sense of all that a kit can offer. I like your summaries at the end that give us what you really think are the benefits or usability of a certain expansion pack. always on the hunt for new stuff, so thanks!

    Reply to this comment

Leave a Reply