It's time for NI to invest in Maschine, a overhaul of software is much needed I do believe it has the opportunity to advance to a complete daw like workstation but simple things like a mixer and a straightforward way to arrange the songs is much needed, that scenes bs needs to go....
Funny because Maschine does have "simple things like a mixer and a straightforward way to arrange the songs". Maybe you're expecting it to behave and look like something else that you're already used to instead of bothering to learn to use it on its own terms? I don't agree that it should "advance to a complete daw like workstation" if by that you mean that it should work like most traditional full-on DAWs with a linear timeline and bloated mouse-centric features. What do you find to be bs about scenes? It's very similar to Live's scenes and clips in session view. It even had realtime recording of clip automation (which Live still doesn't have, until Live 9 is released) when it first came out 4 years ago.
This is where it is totally going into fanboy territory.
Are you saying that things like no multicore support, no song-composition mode, making you hack up complicated work around solutions - using ABLETON LIVE (they are even some of the longest threads on the NI forums!), the stupid mixer section not even having metering on a per group basis (not even dreaming of on a per sound basis) or even something silly (but VERY much needed!) like not being able to adjust the begining of a loop, but only the end, don't need improvement? That people not being satisfied with the way things work, just demand too much...?! With that way of thinking we would have never left 1.0 and gotten to the MUCH better 1.8!
I love my Maschine and do actually think it is beyond what Push will offer (at least in the beginning), but this is ridiculous!