Massive Sounds

Camel Audio release Biolabs Sounds for Massive      19/09/07

Massive Sounds


Camel Audio has announced the release of Biolabs Massive Sounds for Native Instruments Massive.
Biolabs Massive Retaliations is an eclectic collection of 200 highly useable and flexible patches designed by Biomechanoid, a sound designer for various Hollywood movies and games. Camel Audio tell us that the sounds cover the full spectrum of possibilities offered by Massive - including earthshaking basses, epic pads, biting leads, pulsating rhythms, crazy effects and evolving atmospheres. They say that the presets are suited to a wide variety of styles from ambient and drum and bass to electronica and soundtrack.
The sounds are designed to be as usable as possible whilst retaining an experimental and innovative edge. They also take full advantage of NI's browser and attribute system, making it quick and easy to find and audition the sounds you require. Each patch features a full compliment of macro controls, together with other modulators such as velocity and aftertouch, making every sound highly expressive and tweakable.
A demo version is available comprising of 20 fully functional presets.
Pricing and Availability:
Biolabs Massive Sounds can be purchased online for $69 / €59 / £45
Biolabs Absynth Sounds vols 1-3 and 4-6 can be purchased at half price if ordered at the same time.
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