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Using macros with Native Instruments Massive

Posted on 24th October, by Steve Foulds in Tutorials for Massive. 7 Comments
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How to create a macro bass sound with Native Instruments Massive.
Tutorial by Christian W. Meyer

Hello dear Massivesynth readers, my name is Christian and
in this screencast I show you how to create a macro bass sound with Massive.

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  • Mr T

    wowwwwwwww , nice 1 :)

  • urbanfabric

    How long has this site been around? Great site.

  • breakitdown

    Thanks!
    About 4 months now.

  • Jephers0n

    I have a question, and I can’t seem to find the answer anywhere… I am trying to have massive save my CC for my macros, so I don’t have to set them each time I open up a new instance of massive… Is this even possible?

    • OhmLab

      Yep, it sure is! ;)

      All you need to do is set up the CC mapping the way you like and then save the preset again. It should load up just fine for this preset on similar MIDI controllers as well, as most devices use a standard assignment system these days.

      If you mean to save general CC setting so the same knobs on your MIDI controller are always mapped to the same Macro knobs in Massive, then a quick way to have this setup is to open a new blank sound, switch to Attributes view and click on each of the 8 Macro knobs and assign them and save your blank patch as something like “New CC” or something. This way each time you begin a new session in Massive the Macros are already assigned!

      Hope this helps.

      Cheers,
      OhmLab

      • Jephers0n

        Amazing! That did it! Thank you so much OhmLab!

        • OhmLab

          Glad I could help. :)


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