Massive X Wavetables for Serum, Dune, Hive, Pigments etc
Size 199 Mb
Native Instruments has announced the release of Massive X, the much-anticipated successor to one of the most popular synthesizers in the world.
Designed and built from scratch, the new instrument builds on its heritage to rethink and redefine the possibilities of a virtual synth.
The original Massive, having helped define the sound of modern genres such as dubstep and EDM, became synonymous with an exciting, forward-thinking approach to synthesis that unapologetically embraced its digital DNA. Famous for its intuitive interface and sonic potential – from enormous basslines and soaring leads, to evolving ambient textures – it quickly became a staple part of many production toolkits.
Massive X is Native Instruments’ new flagship synth, built by the same team as its predecessor. Based on a state of the art architecture, it delivers pristine sound, and huge creative flexibility for artists and sound designers alike – allowing them to create, modulate, and experiment with sound from a huge range of sources, in any way they like.
At the heart of Massive X is a rich new oscillator section with dual wavetable oscillators and 170 wavetables.
Quote from ESW:
After Massive X dropped last week, we got a lot messages asking if we knew how to use the Massive X wavetables in other synths like Serum, Pigments, ANA2, etc. The Massive X wavetables aren’t accessible outside of the synth, so we had to recreate each table as a standard WAV file. A bit of math and a bit of hard work, and we got an incredible result.
For many of those who can’t use Massive X because of the system requirements (old Mac Pros for example) here’s your chance to get some of that Massive X flavor in your other synths.
The wavetables extracted from Massive X can be used in any other wavetable synthesizer out there.
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