MASSIVE is a sonic monster – the ultimate synth for basses and leads. The analog concept belies the contemporary, cutting-edge sound it generates.
The high-end engine delivers pure quality, lending an undeniable virtue and character to even the most saturated of sounds. The interface is clearly laid out and easy to use, ensuring you will have MASSIVE generating earth-shuddering sounds from the very first note.
This unique synthesizer has its own uncompromising character that produces the most distinctive of sounds. From the deepest low end, MASSIVE is capable of the creamiest, punchiest basses to give your tracks a solid foundation. Razor-sharp leads that cut through the mix, even with grit and dirt piled high, set MASSIVE apart among analog style soft synths. And just beneath the surface, MASSIVE’s overwhelming array of wavetable oscillators, versatile modulation options and bountiful filter and effects sections offer a sonic spectrum as broad as it is inspiring.
GOOD TO GO
On top of its 600 production-ready factory presets and multi-sounds, MASSIVE now contains the full libraries from former products 'Massive Expansion' 1 and 2, 'Urban Arsenal' 1 and 2, and 'Massive Threat', giving you a total of over 1300 sounds, all crafted by leading artists and sound designers.
Finding the right sound is easy. The efficient search and intuitive filter functions let you find presets according to specific characteristics and attributes - a particularly musical and intuitive approach.
On stage, MASSIVE is sure to grab the limelight. An array of special features makes it ideal for live performances. The integrated step sequencers and effects section as well as a highly flexible modulation concept deliver the necessary versatility. All these features have been implemented with a focus on usability, with the result that MASSIVE is just as easy to use on a hectic stage as it is in the creative environment of a studio.
- Advanced integration in MASCHINE 2.0 host software
- Support for AAX2 - Avid's 64-bit plug-in target for Pro Tools 11
- Automation data conversion from RTAS to AAX
- Changing presets via MIDI Program Change in Cubase causes CPU spikes
- LFO becomes synchronised for Unison notes even if LFO Mono is disabled
- Polyphone sound loads monophonic
- Browser response laggy
- Misc. minor fixes
2.Copy all [k’] files to default Dir.
3.Dellete "/Library/Preferences/com.native-instruments.Massive.plist " (for save and save as options)
Applications -> /Applications/Native instruments/Massive/
Plugins -> Plugins Dir (AU/VST/VST/)
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