Native Instruments just released Massive X, the follow-up to the popular Massive soft synth favoured by EDM and dubstep producers introduced way back in 2007. Massive X features an overhauled interface and it packs two wavetable oscillators with 10 different modes each. It comes with 170 wavetables, new insert FX, plus a new click-and-drag audio routing feature for lots of signal flow patching possibilities.
We’re big fans of Massive – it’s one of our go-to synths when it comes to wobble basslines and thick, searing leads – and we’re liking the slick new interface that makes it sit well beside more recent NI offerings like Reaktor Blocks. We can’t wait to play around with this – watch out for our review of it soon.
Check out the promo video below.
• Massive X is available now for US$199, or US$149 for existing Massive users. Check the Native Instruments site for more details.
Do you use Massive in your producing? What features are you most interested in with this new version? Let us know below.