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Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller

Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller

Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
Native Instruments Maschine Mikro Mk3 Drum Controller
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Features

  • Compact, music production instrument that integrates powerful software with tactile, responsive hardware
  • Four ways to input sound using the 16 pads – drum in pad mode, play melodies in Keyboard mode, create chord progressions in Chord mode, and program in a classic step-sequencer style from Step mode
  • 1.6 GB MASCHINE Factory Selection with samples, one-shots, loops, sample instruments, presets, patterns, drum kits, and songs
  • Software - use on its own or as a VST, Audio Unit, or AAX plug-in in all major DAWs (including Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and FL Studio).An Internet connection and a graphics card which supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher are required to download and activate MASCHINE software. Once installed and activated, all products can be used offline
  • Powered via USB 2.0. System Requirements- macOS 10.12, 10.13, 10.14 (latest update), Intel Core i5, 4 GB RAM. Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit only), Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU, 4GB RAM. USB 2.0 Port, 3 GB free disk space for Maschine Essentials (full Maschine software plus 1.6 GB Maschine Factory Selection), 1 GB free disk space for Massive, Monark and Reaktor Prism

Description

MASCHINE MIKRO is the perfect first step for music producers already using a DAW to get hands on with their creative process, letting them tap out beats and melodies, and quickly build up loops and track ideas.


Item Weight 2.46 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.61 x 8.11 x 3.19 inches


ASIN B07GY8C68J


Item model number 25707


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 350 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,798 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #10 in DJ Controllers #1,209 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 6, 2018


Hardware Interface USB 2.0


Standing screen display size 1.5


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Features

  • Compact, music production instrument that integrates powerful software with tactile, responsive hardware
  • Four ways to input sound using the 16 pads – drum in pad mode, play melodies in Keyboard mode, create chord progressions in Chord mode, and program in a classic step-sequencer style from Step mode
  • 1.6 GB MASCHINE Factory Selection with samples, one-shots, loops, sample instruments, presets, patterns, drum kits, and songs
  • Software - use on its own or as a VST, Audio Unit, or AAX plug-in in all major DAWs (including Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and FL Studio).An Internet connection and a graphics card which supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher are required to download and activate MASCHINE software. Once installed and activated, all products can be used offline
  • Powered via USB 2.0. System Requirements- macOS 10.12, 10.13, 10.14 (latest update), Intel Core i5, 4 GB RAM. Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit only), Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU, 4GB RAM. USB 2.0 Port, 3 GB free disk space for Maschine Essentials (full Maschine software plus 1.6 GB Maschine Factory Selection), 1 GB free disk space for Massive, Monark and Reaktor Prism

Description

MASCHINE MIKRO is the perfect first step for music producers already using a DAW to get hands on with their creative process, letting them tap out beats and melodies, and quickly build up loops and track ideas.


Item Weight 2.46 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.61 x 8.11 x 3.19 inches


ASIN B07GY8C68J


Item model number 25707


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 350 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,798 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #10 in DJ Controllers #1,209 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 6, 2018


Hardware Interface USB 2.0


Standing screen display size 1.5


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Compact, music production instrument that integrates powerful software with tactile, responsive hardware
  • Four ways to input sound using the 16 pads – drum in pad mode, play melodies in Keyboard mode, create chord progressions in Chord mode, and program in a classic step-sequencer style from Step mode
  • 1.6 GB MASCHINE Factory Selection with samples, one-shots, loops, sample instruments, presets, patterns, drum kits, and songs
  • Software - use on its own or as a VST, Audio Unit, or AAX plug-in in all major DAWs (including Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and FL Studio).An Internet connection and a graphics card which supports OpenGL 2.1 or higher are required to download and activate MASCHINE software. Once installed and activated, all products can be used offline
  • Powered via USB 2.0. System Requirements- macOS 10.12, 10.13, 10.14 (latest update), Intel Core i5, 4 GB RAM. Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 64-bit only), Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU, 4GB RAM. USB 2.0 Port, 3 GB free disk space for Maschine Essentials (full Maschine software plus 1.6 GB Maschine Factory Selection), 1 GB free disk space for Massive, Monark and Reaktor Prism

Description

MASCHINE MIKRO is the perfect first step for music producers already using a DAW to get hands on with their creative process, letting them tap out beats and melodies, and quickly build up loops and track ideas.


Item Weight 2.46 pounds


Product Dimensions 14.61 x 8.11 x 3.19 inches


ASIN B07GY8C68J


Item model number 25707


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 350 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,798 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #10 in DJ Controllers #1,209 in Music Recording Equipment


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 6, 2018


Hardware Interface USB 2.0


Standing screen display size 1.5


abunda_amazon_reviews Works great when using their Maschine software, but other than that, it’s useless. Midi mode gives you 16 pads and thats all. No functions, no banks NOTHING! They give you the contoller editor software and it doesn’t even support the Mikro MK3! WTH?! To make things worse, even the forums are filled useless responses like “that’s not what its made for”, “you can’t do that”, “you should have read about it before buying it.” Well hopefully someone reads this and stays away. I will say this, Native Instruments has some die hard loyal users that spend tons of time finding work arounds and teaching others. My question is, why would you treat your customers this way? You should be listening to them and finding a solution to their problems instead of making them jump through hoops. One thing is for sure, everyone is seeing this companies true colors and they’re are all taking notes. Hopefully another company comes out with a better product and attitude towards their client base and future customers. Until then, I’m returning my Mikro and spreading the word for others to stay away.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Don’t buy it!;;Amazon Customer;;;There's a lot of people who buy this (not just me, check NI support area) assuming that windows 7 is/will be supported. It's not. It won't be. Also, in the Midi mode you cannot change octaves. One octave support only. Also, it's not supported by their own Controller Editor. Also, the firmware updater fails even on Windows 10 (which is supposed to be supported). I love NI products, but I'm just not sure where their head is with this controller. Very sad, I've been trying to find ways to workaround all these showstoppers (for instance I was able to get it to work somewhat using the Maschine MK3 Driver 5.1.1 for win 7 (note, not the Maschine MK3 Mikro driver)), but the browser is somewhat broken by doing this, possibly other things I've not discovered yet (the browser is a biggie). This is sadly going back for return =(;;Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Windows 10 only (and more);;Michelle;;;I've had the Mikro MK3 for a few weeks now. I personally use Ableton Live as my main DAW. So I was skeptical at 1st about a drum pad designed for Maschine. But now I just load up Maschine as a vst. Then within Maschine I can still load up any of my other vst plug-in synths to take advantage of what the Mikro does. Exporting midi or audio to it's own Ableton track is super easy. Plus I can easily switch to Midi Mode for laying out drum programing in Ableton with my own kits. Or keep it in Maschine to use the many drum kits NI gives you with your serial #. It's totally helped me speed up my songwriting process. Hopefully NI will release more firmware updates or a template like previous models. But overall, It's a pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.;;C Cortes;;;I'm no producer but I enjoy making songs for myself if no one else. I've sold a few beats but mostly I do this for fun. I was starting to get frustrated using Ableton Live, I couldn't take advantage of all the features and versatility because the workflow was so cumbersome, it was hard to keep that creative feel, I realized I needed something to take my workflow to the next level. I was on the fence between Nascinr and Ableton Push. I decided on the Maschine Mikro because the workflow was so clean, oh and the price was nice. I didn't want to invest in another piece of equipment that was going to collect dust. This is just what I needed, out of the box it integrates perfectly with Maschine. I want happy about having to learn a new DAW but it made song arrangements very easy and intuitive instead of recording bars you work on stages of the music. Build your intro, you're done, then build your Verse. For the repetitive parts you don't have to copy or play them again you simply turn them on in the scene. You spend more time creating and less time clicking which hurts creativity. I already regret not buying the Maschine MK3. My advice is if you're wanting to be more creative and your workflow is suffering go ahead and pay the extra for the MK3 but if budget won't allow this is more than enough. You can watch videos on YouTube for all the bells and whistles. The other benefit are the expansion packs you get a ton of free packs and instruments so you can start making music right away. They are structured and mixed well so you can hear potential songs clearly;;Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;You need this gear!;;Robert E. Daniels Jr.;;;Warning: From what I've read it's not compatible with Windows 7. That being said, fortunately I don't live in the dark ages and my computer is up to date. Okay well my laptop is... That being said, in Windows 10 it took some fidgeting to get it going, after that it worked flawlessly. I'm very much a beginner at this whole thing, I originally just had and MPD218 and was working with Ableton. Nothing fancy just learning the ropes. I did a ton of research between the MPC's and the Maschine. The MPC's tend to run a bit more on the pricey side and this one looked like something Apple would make but with pretty colored lights. As a beginner this made everything so much easier. Technology is crazy and it feels like cheating to use the software sometimes but whatever, I'm no musician. I've seriously been obsessed. For the last 24 I've had this thing I cancelled all my plans and basically lived in my room, it's so much fun to play with. If you are thinking about putting it in your cart but haven't made the decision yet? Cash your next paycheck in and starve for a week so can buy it. It's awesome, and for the actual pros I could see this being handy when you're wanting to make something on the go, it feels like this is all you would need ever. (Besides analog sounds that the hipsters make love to) I marked it 3 stars for easy to use because there's definitely a learning curve to the software if you're just learning a DAW and have to switch over. Those more familiar with DAWs probably have an easier time transitioning than I do, it's getting much easier though. Thanks to this handy tool. I guess I can stop taking muscle relaxers now!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Probably the most fun I've had in a while.;;David

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018
Don’t buy it!
Works great when using their Maschine software, but other than that, it’s useless. Midi mode gives you 16 pads and thats all. No functions, no banks NOTHING! They give you the contoller editor software and it doesn’t even support the Mikro MK3! WTH?! To make things worse, even the forums are filled useless responses like “that’s not what its made for”, “you can’t do that”, “you should have read about it before buying it.” Well hopefully someone reads this and stays away. I will say this, Native Instruments has some die hard loyal users that spend tons of time finding work arounds and teaching others. My question is, why would you treat your customers this way? You should be listening to them and finding a solution to their problems instead of making them jump through hoops. One thing is for sure, everyone is seeing this companies true colors and they’re are all taking notes. Hopefully another company comes out with a better product and attitude towards their client base and future customers. Until then, I’m returning my Mikro and spreading the word for others to stay away.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michelle - Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2018
Windows 10 only (and more)
There's a lot of people who buy this (not just me, check NI support area) assuming that windows 7 is/will be supported. It's not. It won't be. Also, in the Midi mode you cannot change octaves. One octave support only. Also, it's not supported by their own Controller Editor. Also, the firmware updater fails even on Windows 10 (which is supposed to be supported). I love NI products, but I'm just not sure where their head is with this controller. Very sad, I've been trying to find ways to workaround all these showstoppers (for instance I was able to get it to work somewhat using the Maschine MK3 Driver 5.1.1 for win 7 (note, not the Maschine MK3 Mikro driver)), but the browser is somewhat broken by doing this, possibly other things I've not discovered yet (the browser is a biggie). This is sadly going back for return =(

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C Cortes - Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2018
Pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.
I've had the Mikro MK3 for a few weeks now. I personally use Ableton Live as my main DAW. So I was skeptical at 1st about a drum pad designed for Maschine. But now I just load up Maschine as a vst. Then within Maschine I can still load up any of my other vst plug-in synths to take advantage of what the Mikro does. Exporting midi or audio to it's own Ableton track is super easy. Plus I can easily switch to Midi Mode for laying out drum programing in Ableton with my own kits. Or keep it in Maschine to use the many drum kits NI gives you with your serial #. It's totally helped me speed up my songwriting process. Hopefully NI will release more firmware updates or a template like previous models. But overall, It's a pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert E. Daniels Jr. - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020
You need this gear!
I'm no producer but I enjoy making songs for myself if no one else. I've sold a few beats but mostly I do this for fun. I was starting to get frustrated using Ableton Live, I couldn't take advantage of all the features and versatility because the workflow was so cumbersome, it was hard to keep that creative feel, I realized I needed something to take my workflow to the next level. I was on the fence between Nascinr and Ableton Push. I decided on the Maschine Mikro because the workflow was so clean, oh and the price was nice. I didn't want to invest in another piece of equipment that was going to collect dust. This is just what I needed, out of the box it integrates perfectly with Maschine. I want happy about having to learn a new DAW but it made song arrangements very easy and intuitive instead of recording bars you work on stages of the music. Build your intro, you're done, then build your Verse. For the repetitive parts you don't have to copy or play them again you simply turn them on in the scene. You spend more time creating and less time clicking which hurts creativity. I already regret not buying the Maschine MK3. My advice is if you're wanting to be more creative and your workflow is suffering go ahead and pay the extra for the MK3 but if budget won't allow this is more than enough. You can watch videos on YouTube for all the bells and whistles. The other benefit are the expansion packs you get a ton of free packs and instruments so you can start making music right away. They are structured and mixed well so you can hear potential songs clearly

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Probably the most fun I've had in a while.
Warning: From what I've read it's not compatible with Windows 7. That being said, fortunately I don't live in the dark ages and my computer is up to date. Okay well my laptop is... That being said, in Windows 10 it took some fidgeting to get it going, after that it worked flawlessly. I'm very much a beginner at this whole thing, I originally just had and MPD218 and was working with Ableton. Nothing fancy just learning the ropes. I did a ton of research between the MPC's and the Maschine. The MPC's tend to run a bit more on the pricey side and this one looked like something Apple would make but with pretty colored lights. As a beginner this made everything so much easier. Technology is crazy and it feels like cheating to use the software sometimes but whatever, I'm no musician. I've seriously been obsessed. For the last 24 I've had this thing I cancelled all my plans and basically lived in my room, it's so much fun to play with. If you are thinking about putting it in your cart but haven't made the decision yet? Cash your next paycheck in and starve for a week so can buy it. It's awesome, and for the actual pros I could see this being handy when you're wanting to make something on the go, it feels like this is all you would need ever. (Besides analog sounds that the hipsters make love to) I marked it 3 stars for easy to use because there's definitely a learning curve to the software if you're just learning a DAW and have to switch over. Those more familiar with DAWs probably have an easier time transitioning than I do, it's getting much easier though. Thanks to this handy tool. I guess I can stop taking muscle relaxers now!

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2018
Don’t buy it!
Works great when using their Maschine software, but other than that, it’s useless. Midi mode gives you 16 pads and thats all. No functions, no banks NOTHING! They give you the contoller editor software and it doesn’t even support the Mikro MK3! WTH?! To make things worse, even the forums are filled useless responses like “that’s not what its made for”, “you can’t do that”, “you should have read about it before buying it.” Well hopefully someone reads this and stays away. I will say this, Native Instruments has some die hard loyal users that spend tons of time finding work arounds and teaching others. My question is, why would you treat your customers this way? You should be listening to them and finding a solution to their problems instead of making them jump through hoops. One thing is for sure, everyone is seeing this companies true colors and they’re are all taking notes. Hopefully another company comes out with a better product and attitude towards their client base and future customers. Until then, I’m returning my Mikro and spreading the word for others to stay away.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michelle - Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2018
Windows 10 only (and more)
There's a lot of people who buy this (not just me, check NI support area) assuming that windows 7 is/will be supported. It's not. It won't be. Also, in the Midi mode you cannot change octaves. One octave support only. Also, it's not supported by their own Controller Editor. Also, the firmware updater fails even on Windows 10 (which is supposed to be supported). I love NI products, but I'm just not sure where their head is with this controller. Very sad, I've been trying to find ways to workaround all these showstoppers (for instance I was able to get it to work somewhat using the Maschine MK3 Driver 5.1.1 for win 7 (note, not the Maschine MK3 Mikro driver)), but the browser is somewhat broken by doing this, possibly other things I've not discovered yet (the browser is a biggie). This is sadly going back for return =(

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C Cortes - Reviewed in the United States on December 22, 2018
Pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.
I've had the Mikro MK3 for a few weeks now. I personally use Ableton Live as my main DAW. So I was skeptical at 1st about a drum pad designed for Maschine. But now I just load up Maschine as a vst. Then within Maschine I can still load up any of my other vst plug-in synths to take advantage of what the Mikro does. Exporting midi or audio to it's own Ableton track is super easy. Plus I can easily switch to Midi Mode for laying out drum programing in Ableton with my own kits. Or keep it in Maschine to use the many drum kits NI gives you with your serial #. It's totally helped me speed up my songwriting process. Hopefully NI will release more firmware updates or a template like previous models. But overall, It's a pretty versatile & fun little tool if you ask me.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Robert E. Daniels Jr. - Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020
You need this gear!
I'm no producer but I enjoy making songs for myself if no one else. I've sold a few beats but mostly I do this for fun. I was starting to get frustrated using Ableton Live, I couldn't take advantage of all the features and versatility because the workflow was so cumbersome, it was hard to keep that creative feel, I realized I needed something to take my workflow to the next level. I was on the fence between Nascinr and Ableton Push. I decided on the Maschine Mikro because the workflow was so clean, oh and the price was nice. I didn't want to invest in another piece of equipment that was going to collect dust. This is just what I needed, out of the box it integrates perfectly with Maschine. I want happy about having to learn a new DAW but it made song arrangements very easy and intuitive instead of recording bars you work on stages of the music. Build your intro, you're done, then build your Verse. For the repetitive parts you don't have to copy or play them again you simply turn them on in the scene. You spend more time creating and less time clicking which hurts creativity. I already regret not buying the Maschine MK3. My advice is if you're wanting to be more creative and your workflow is suffering go ahead and pay the extra for the MK3 but if budget won't allow this is more than enough. You can watch videos on YouTube for all the bells and whistles. The other benefit are the expansion packs you get a ton of free packs and instruments so you can start making music right away. They are structured and mixed well so you can hear potential songs clearly

5.0 out of 5 stars
By David - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Probably the most fun I've had in a while.
Warning: From what I've read it's not compatible with Windows 7. That being said, fortunately I don't live in the dark ages and my computer is up to date. Okay well my laptop is... That being said, in Windows 10 it took some fidgeting to get it going, after that it worked flawlessly. I'm very much a beginner at this whole thing, I originally just had and MPD218 and was working with Ableton. Nothing fancy just learning the ropes. I did a ton of research between the MPC's and the Maschine. The MPC's tend to run a bit more on the pricey side and this one looked like something Apple would make but with pretty colored lights. As a beginner this made everything so much easier. Technology is crazy and it feels like cheating to use the software sometimes but whatever, I'm no musician. I've seriously been obsessed. For the last 24 I've had this thing I cancelled all my plans and basically lived in my room, it's so much fun to play with. If you are thinking about putting it in your cart but haven't made the decision yet? Cash your next paycheck in and starve for a week so can buy it. It's awesome, and for the actual pros I could see this being handy when you're wanting to make something on the go, it feels like this is all you would need ever. (Besides analog sounds that the hipsters make love to) I marked it 3 stars for easy to use because there's definitely a learning curve to the software if you're just learning a DAW and have to switch over. Those more familiar with DAWs probably have an easier time transitioning than I do, it's getting much easier though. Thanks to this handy tool. I guess I can stop taking muscle relaxers now!