Massive is a powerful synthesizer that lets you create and customize sounds for music production. It has over 1300 presets, a flexible modulation system, and a variety of effects. If you want to use Massive 1.3.0 on your Mac OS X computer, here are the steps you need to follow:
Download Massive 1.3.0 from the developer's website[^1^]. You will need to purchase a license or use a demo version to access the download link.
Open the downloaded file and double-click on the Massive Installer icon.
Follow the instructions on the screen to install Massive on your Mac OS X system. You will need to enter your serial number and agree to the terms and conditions.
Once the installation is complete, you can launch Massive from your Applications folder or from your DAW of choice.
Massive 1.3.0 is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later[^1^]. It also works with Apple Silicon devices via Rosetta 2[^2^]. However, if you want to use the latest features and bug fixes, you should consider updating to Massive 1.5.11 or higher[^2^]. You can do this by using Native Access, a software manager that lets you update and manage your Native Instruments products.
To update Massive using Native Access, follow these steps:
Download and install Native Access from the developer's website[^2^].
Launch Native Access and log in with your Native Instruments account.
Click on the Available Updates tab and find Massive in the list.
Click on the Update button and wait for the download and installation to finish.
Restart your computer and enjoy using Massive with the latest version.
If you have any questions or issues with installing or updating Massive on your Mac OS X system, you can contact the developer's support team[^2^] or visit their online community forum[^2^]. They will be happy to assist you with any problems you may encounter.
Massive is a great synthesizer that can help you create amazing sounds for your music projects. By following these simple steps, you can install and update Massive on your Mac OS X computer and start making some noise!
How to Use Massive 1.3.0 on Mac OS X
Once you have installed Massive 1.3.0 on your Mac OS X system, you can start using it to create and modify sounds for your music projects. Massive 1.3.0 has a user-friendly interface that consists of several sections and tabs, each with its own functions and parameters. Here are some of the main sections and tabs of Massive 1.3.0:
The Synth section shows the name and attributes of the current sound, as well as the browser tab that lets you access and manage your presets.
The Oscillator section lets you choose and adjust up to three oscillators that generate the basic sound waves.
The Filter section lets you apply up to two filters that shape and modify the sound waves.
The Modulation Oscillator section lets you add modulation effects such as ring modulation, phase modulation, and frequency shifting.
The Feedback section lets you route the output signal back into the input for more distortion and feedback effects.
The Insert Effects section lets you apply up to two insert effects that enhance and alter the sound further.
The Master Effects section lets you apply global effects such as reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, and EQ.
The Modulation section lets you assign various sources of modulation such as envelopes, LFOs, performers, and steppers to control different parameters of the sound.
The Macro Controls section lets you assign up to eight macro knobs that can control multiple parameters at once.
The OSC tab lets you adjust the global settings of the oscillators such as pitch, glide, restart, and vibrato.
The KTR OSC and KTR FLT tabs let you adjust the keyboard tracking settings of the oscillators and filters respectively.
The Voicing tab lets you adjust the polyphony and unison settings of the sound.
The Global tab lets you adjust the global settings of the sound such as volume, pan, quality, and MIDI.
To create a sound using Massive 1.3.0, you can either start from scratch or use an existing preset as a template. You can browse through the presets by clicking on the Browser tab in the Synth section and selecting a category and subcategory from the drop-down menus. You can also use the arrows or drag the scroll bar to navigate through the presets. To load a preset, simply click on its name or drag it to the Synth section.
To modify a sound using Massive 1.3.0, you can use any of the sections and tabs mentioned above to tweak different aspects of the sound. You can also use the modulation sources to add movement and variation to the sound. To assign a modulation source to a parameter, simply drag its crosshair icon to one of the empty boxes next to the parameter knob or slider. You can then adjust the amount of modulation by dragging up or down on the box. You can also use macro controls to control multiple parameters at once by assigning them in a similar way.
To save a sound using Massive 1.3.0, you can click on the Save icon in the Synth section and enter a name for your preset. You can also choose a category and subcategory for your preset from the drop-down menus. To access your saved presets later, you can click on the User tab in the Browser section and find them there. ec8f644aee