Learn about the basic principles of synthesis, the sound of MASSIVE, browsing, and customizing presets.
- [Instructor] All right, so let's dive a little deeper…into Massive.…I'm going to go ahead and open it up here in Logic.…Again, it doesn't matter which DAW you prefer to use.…Let's just move this over.…So we've got Massive in here,…and as you can see, when we open it up,…it doesn't really load any particular sounds.…It's more of an initial sound.…Okay, it's also quite loud,…so you can feel free to go ahead and turn it down…a little bit if you want to.…Massive is an aggressive loud synthesizer.…There's a lot of cool stuff going on in the guts over here,…but for now, let's just talk about…some of the basic things that we can do…to find cool sounds in Massive.…
So I'm going to head over to the browser,…and that's where we can find our presets.…In addition to the presets,…we also have these macro controls up here,…and we have access to the master volume…just in case things start to get out of hand…and we get a little bit of red lining up top there.…That's not going to sound too good,…so let's go ahead and just keep an eye on that, shall we?…
- Core products
- New products and features
- Effects processors
- DAW and hardware integrations
Skill Level Beginner
2. Flagship Instruments
3. New Additions
4. FX Processors
5. DAW Integration
Integration with hardware4m 42s
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