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[Video] Japanese Beatmasters Love Maschine

Native Instruments has just released the first of many videos that showcase top Japanese producers, performers, and DJ's and their creative processes as they pertain to the MASCHINE groove production system. Since NI Japanese office launch earlier this year, the company has been working with top local artists and talent on a series of activities to expand their footprint in the region.
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Native Instruments has just released the first of many videos that showcase top Japanese producers, performers, and DJ's and their creative processes as they pertain to the

MASCHINE groove production system

. Since NI Japanese office launch earlier this year, the company has been working with top local artists and talent on a series of activities to expand their footprint in the region.

Check out the way the artists on the other side of the Globe are using the Maschine to get their creative ideas out to the World...

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