Importing samples into massive

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  1. Grit

    Grit New Member

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    Does anyone kow if this is possible or how to do it? im talking about importing my own wav file
     
  2. tarranjoe

    tarranjoe Active Member

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    massive is a synth, u cant use your own samples. u need a sampler to put in your own samples
     
  3. Grit

    Grit New Member

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    ok, so is there no way of converting a wav file into a file compatible with massive?
    i know its a synth but what im trying to get at is there a way of using the massive functions with a sound of my own

    or is there sampler that uses a similar wave editor to massive?
     
  4. Mattix

    Mattix Sub Focus anyone?

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    Theres no way you can put your own wav files into Massive. Kontacts a good sampler with plenty off effects stuff.
     
  5. Jali

    Jali caffeinated

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    Haven't used massive, but in absynth you can use an oscillator as a sample player, or alternatively absynth can take the first 1024 samples(samples meaning a measure of time) of a file as a custom waveform.. I think thats what you may be looking for?
     
  6. RevTech

    RevTech Butthole=output transduce

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    Same way you do it in 3x osc, it's a wave type, on 3x it's a "?"

    I am not sure about massive tho, hope that helps