Multi-track audio recording could be very cool, but I'm not sure if that's very simple to implement with how Maschine is written. It'd certainly save time with recording in several external synths or jamming with others, but I guess this might be well into DAW territory. My current workaround is this: Maschine VSTi running inside Reaper Monitoring on all recording input channels at all times Gate on each recording input channel (keeps the noisefloor at bay from always monitoring and allows the next step to work) Script to start recording on a channel when signal is detected, these stack up as 'takes' in Reaper if looping to later sort through as needed The overall result being the ability to wander over to any piece of gear or pick up any instrument and just start recording in, nothing ever missed, as the best ideas are often accidents, no more "hey, what was that you just did?" "oh, I don't know, was it this?" "nah" kind of moments These results can then be later cut up as needed in Maschine VSTi, or used as audio in scenes It's not ideal, it's convoluted in some ways, but it's admittedly very flexible. There's frequently times where I wish I could just multi-track straight into Maschine though.