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why does NI implement absolute NONE of the requested features in the updates?

Discussion in 'MASCHINE Area' started by Frank P., Jun 27, 2019.

  1. Lotuz

    Lotuz NI Product Owner

    Enlightenment. The future of sound is silence. NI is actually helping us detach ourselves from gear lust.
  2. RedwardMc

    RedwardMc New Member

    Song layer sounds unnecessary, but I'm sure that's just me.
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  3. dreddiknight

    dreddiknight NI Product Owner

    No, a lot of people thought/think that. :)
    I think it was a convoluted, and extremely unintuitive way to get to their slightly longer term goal of performance recording. I do not think we'll actually see song layer in its original form. I'm glad and also hope that what replaces it is much better. They kinda tired to reinvent the wheel with it, and all we really actually wanted was a Maschine-centric version of Ableton Lives session recording.
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