22nd May 2007
Nucleus SoundLab has released DataBank One, a new patchset for Native Instruments' Massive synthesizer.
DataBank One was created over the course of 6 months by sound designer Jeremy Janzen. The 100 included presets run the gamut of Massive possibilities - wild multitrack sequences, heavy basslines, lo-fi arpeggios, absurd FX, and screeching leads. Not just harsh tones are highlighted, but the softer side of Massive is showcased as well with smooth phys-mod strings, expressive pads, new-school plucked ethnic creations.
Every one of the 100 included presets is fully Kore-ready with all 8 Macro Knobs mapped to appropriate, useful parameters. Often Knobs control multiple related parameters to trigger powerful morphs across many different sonic dimensions. Of course, the presets also fully conform to Kore categorization as well.
Not only that, but DataBank One was made to be learnt from. Most presets include valuable programming notes to help you better understand the presets and Massive itself.
- 100 Presets for NI Massive.
- All presets utilize all 8 Macro Knobs.
- Each preset fully categorized for Kore.
- Extensive notes and documentation inside most presets.
- Compatible with both Macintosh and PC.
DataBank One is available now for electronic distribution priced at $29.95; loyal NSL customers will receive a 10% discount. MP3 demos are available.
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