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Native Instruments and Dinamo drop a limited-edition MASCHINE MK3 - The collaboration sees Native’s iconic hardware meet the influential Swiss type foundry and design agency’s fearless approach to design.

Limited to 750 pieces worldwide, the release sees the iconic MASCHINE MK3 tricked out in a silver and black screenprint with Dinamo’s Inktrap typeface on every surface – an homage to bold design and chunky aesthetics.

Inktrap fonts originally included notches designed to stop ink bleed in early printing. Dinamo’s rework lends the style contemporary utility by controlling light bleed on MASCHINE’s lazer-etched buttons.

The typeface wraps the edges of the unit in a double nod to 80s and 90s-era throw-up graffiti and marquee news tickers – both ubiquitous to the decades that spawned sample-based music making.

MASCHINE Dinamo is the latest in a series of limited-edition runs that earlier this year saw the KOMPLETE KONTROL M32 overhauled with a molten blue colorway in collaboration with Timbaland’s Beatclub.


Dinamo is a one of the world's leading contemporary type foundries specializing in pushing the limits of bold design. They are known for their bespoke typefaces, software, research, and consultancy. Dinamo has worked for clients including Raf Simons and Nike, and operates via a network of satellite members across the globe.

For over a decade, MASCHINE has been at the cutting edge of contemporary music creation. From pro studios to bedroom beat factories across the world, artists have been pushing the boundaries of genre and sound with its iconic 16 pads by their side.

For more than 20 years, Native Instruments has been at the heart of musical innovation. We've created communities, pushed technological boundaries, and opened new creative horizons for amateurs and professionals alike. Today, driven by our mission to make music creation more inclusive and accessible, Native hardware, software, and digital services provide fully integrated solutions for musicians, producers, and DJs of all genres and levels of experience.