Bitwig and Native Instruments introduce the Maschine Jam control script

Bitwig and Native Instruments are proud to introduce the Maschine JAM control script for Bitwig Studio. As of today it is included in the latest Bitwig Studio update which is available for download via the Bitwig website.
This is the first collaboratively developed control script between Native Instruments and Bitwig making best use of Bitwig Studio’s fully documented open Controller API.

Check out the video Bitwig Certified Professional, Thavius Beck, created for AskAudio explaining the unique workflow of the Maschine JAM control script for Bitwig Studio.

The advanced control script allows you to not only control the Maschine VST(i) but also control Bitwig Studio and to seamlessly switch back and forth between the two. The control script lets you record from the step sequencer into Bitwig Studio in realtime while making full use of the advanced performance effects in Maschine. We’re proud to say this is one of the most sophisticated controller integrations for Bitwig Studio.

A detailed documentation of the Maschine JAM control script is included in the controller preferences of Bitwig Studio as well as the Controller Editor of Maschine JAM.

Bitwig is an international music software company based in Berlin with 11 employees. The company was founded in 2009 by four music enthusiasts with extensive experience in the music technology industry and a strong vision about new cutting-edge methods of music production, performance and collaboration. Bitwig Studio is the first product released by Bitwig in 2014. Bitwig is the recipient of Berlin’s 2014 KfW Gründer Champion Award, and the 2015 Musikmesse “Best of Show” Award from Create Digital Music.

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