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Designed for fast, intuitive sequencing and track building
Advanced drum, melody, and chord programming workflow
Acclaimed MASCHINE software and KOMPLETE 11 SELECT included


MASCHINE JAM is the modern digital instrument – your shortest avenue from inspiration to reality. Capture ideas and create tracks in an intuitive production ecosystem. Sequence and arrange on the fly with an 8x8 multicolor click-pad matrix. Shape and perform sounds in inspiring ways using eight dual-touch Smart Strips. And bring it all together with the power of the included MASCHINE software.

The included stand can be mounted to the hardware for improved ergonomics.

The unified hardware and software workflow heightens creative possibilities.

MASCHINE JAM is the go-to instrument for building tracks with immediate, intuitive sequencing.

An 8x8 click-pad matrix and dual-touch Smart Strips make track sketching a seamless creative experience.

Program and play with patterns, melodies, chords, and more using different click-pad matrix modes.


MPC live said. Yup Eff it, I may have an X and Live sitting next to my Push2, Maschine studio and Maschine Jam lol.. This is Gearslutz after all haha

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