Saturday, May 14, 2011

Native Instruments Massive

Posted by Buzzy Lights at 8:48 PM ,

Today I'm going to share a really awesome Virtual Instrument with you guys(VSTi). 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 VST is great for Dubstep and Electro, made famous by dubstep artist Skrillex!

Check it out at : http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/producer/massive/

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22 comments:

  1. gonna try it looks nice and straightforward

  2. I'm def gonna check this out. I usually use Fruity Loops.

  3. looks cool, i have virtural dj pro but this looks like it's better

  4. I'm a fan of FL, but this looks promising.
    thanks for sharing!

  5. Nice, going to try it right now !

  6. made famous by Skrillex? Sweet I like his dubstep

  7. It looks super awesome!!

  8. I use Ablton for synth creation, but I'll probably give this a shot...I looks similar in layout.

  9. oooh that's really nice! wish I had any musical talent XD

  10. Awesome stuff! It has so much things that is getting a bit complicated! XD

  11. Dude nice blog, been looking for a music oriented one. I'm not one for software, but I have a korg electribe emx.

  12. good share thanks mate!

  13. That looks awesome. I might just get this.

  14. looks cool, thanks for sharing.

  15. need to try it! Thanks for sharing

  16. This is a handy thing to have. Thanks for postin it. One of my friends makes alot of music, so i'll inform him of this.

  17. Man, that looks really wicked. I'm not an expert on the matter, but there's definitely a lot of realism involved with that program.

  18. Well, if NI has improved their clunky user interface I'm in....if it's anything like traktor it will probably be a resource hog.

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