It’s not just the almost endless modulation options that made Massive one of the most popular soft synths of all time – its hugely varied oscillator options made its sound even more flexible. In fact, using Wave Table technology, oscillators could be morphed and transformed into something completely new.
That’s the focus of our second video in a new series looking at Sound Design in Massive. PB instructor Chris Carter explains how Wave Tables work and how to modulate them in Massive – you can watch the video above and make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for more free tutorials and live events.
The PPG Wave synth introduced the concept of Wave Table Synthesis where a single oscillator is modulated by other oscillators which vary in shape
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