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MASCHINE JAM Sequencer

Eight-channel, 64-step sequencer for REAKTOR Blocks

(15 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 1 month ago)
6.3MB
July 23, 2020
Reaktor 6

DESCRIPTION

The MASCHINE JAM Sequencer is a powerful step-sequencer module for REAKTOR Blocks that can be played and programmed using the MASCHINE JAM controller. All functions and settings can also be controlled directly in the software, allowing you to use the sequencer without the hardware controller.

The MASCHINE JAM Sequencer's 8 channels can produce sequences with up to 64 steps. Special sequence attributes and a Euclidean pattern generator make it easy to come up with interesting patterns, including complex polyrhythms. Additionally, a number of performance features like the Velocity sliders and the Repeat function turn the sequencer into a playable instrument.

The MASCHINE JAM Sequencer includes Panel Ports and is Rack-Ready! You can use it as User Block in Racks (REAKTOR 6.4 and later).

Learn all about installing and using the MASCHINE JAM Sequencer in the included MASCHINE JAM Sequencer Manual.

The MASCHINE JAM Sequencer works perfectly with the Niji Drums. Download them here:
http://www.native-instruments.com/en/reaktor-community/reaktor-user-library/entry/show/10151/

To see the MASCHINE JAM Sequencer in action, watch KOMPLETE Lead Product Specialist Neven create polyrhythms with REAKTOR 6: https://youtu.be/WCRWFOSNSvg

COMMENTS  (21)

Jan Ola @ NI
4 days ago
Hi Christian, we are looking into this now!
Christian Waadt
1 month ago
It is fun to play with. I am sequencing the drums with it. But I need to set the Midi-Notes every time I open the rack, because the faders are set to "Include in Snapshot" = false. After setting them to true, all works fine.
Raymond Smith
1 month ago
Can't get this to work in plugin mode in Abelton Live 10. Jam hardware no led feedback. Help please.
Raymond Smith
1 month ago
Thanks Nadine and all at NI, I've been waiting for this one.
TJ Phillips
1 month ago
@Nadine, beautiful thankyou! :)
ruben vissers
1 month ago
Nadine's tutorial was the single reason I got the jam in the first place, so... long overdue, but great nonetheless! Thanks Nadine! Stoked!
Nadine @ NI
1 month ago
Thanks for kind words about the demo, super excited for you all to finally get your hands on this!
Drew Sneed
1 month ago
Thanks Nadine, A lot of us are here from your demo a few years back! Can't wait to dive in
Nadine @ NI
1 month ago
@TJ, Jan Ola just uploaded a ready to use Rack called "Niji Jam"
heinrich zwahlen
1 month ago
Very cool!
Andreas Schmidt
1 month ago
Super Super Supergeil !!! Da haben wir lange drauf gehofft Und nun ... Danke !
beat spichtig
1 month ago
Danke schön
TJ Phillips
1 month ago
@Nadine do we have to build everything fom scratch or are there some racks to Jam with like in your video? i second what the others say (third?) about the Jam, stuff like this baked into Maschine would be wild!
Louis Conrad
1 month ago
Hammy Havoc is right, we, owners of Maschine Jam, need more of those. Don't leave this resource "untapped".
TJ Phillips
1 month ago
Yassssss!!!!!
Jamie Salmon
1 month ago
Yes! Been waiting a long time for this :D
Ryan Dean
1 month ago
Thank you!
Hammy Havoc
1 month ago
Please keep fleshing out the Jam! It's a great piece of hardware with so much potential left untapped.
Philippe Loiseau
1 month ago
@nadine : great, finally there ! You got a fairly huge number of requests for this, until now !
Nadine @ NI
1 month ago
It's here!
Richard Figone
1 month ago
OMG yes. Thank you! I asked my friend who is a developer to ask about this a couple months ago, and found the artist that demo'd it on Youtube and messaged her about it too recently. We appreciate it!
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