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CRAZY! Feature Request for a product before it even releases

Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by Trevorhor, Sep 13, 2020.

  1. Trevorhor

    Trevorhor NI Product Owner

    Such a d*ck move! lol.

    I ordered the Maschine+. So excited!

    Maschine users are ALREADY asking Youtubers to max out the Maschine+ CPU!!!

    Old feature request makes even more sense now that there is a standalone: Bounce track to audio in place. Here’s a link from 2013 requesting it. https://www.native-instruments.com/forum/threads/bounce-plugin-sounds-to-wav-in-place.213474/

    his would be great for desktop software but even more useful for Maschine+. Press a command and that Massive track automatically converts to audio track. Instrument track is deactivated but can be reactivated if you need to make changes. In its deactivated state, the instrument track uses zero cpu. Exporting the project exports both midi and audio track.

    This is a relatively quick way to keep laying down tracks but keeping cpu usage down. You can do this now through resampling but a one button method would make it part of the everyday workflow.

    I didn’t make the original feature request but it’s more relevant than ever with finite resources of any standalone box.
  2. CH7

    CH7 NI Product Owner


    Of course you know the 'higher-ups' who matters will not see the practical benefits of this request for years.
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2020