Set Up Massive MIDI Controls Inside of Logic X
Learn how to set up Massive MIDI controls inside of Logic X. Get full integration between Logic and Maschine!
For all of the Logic users out there, this tutorial is for you. Massive can be a pain to set up in Logic. You can set up and assign all of the Macro values in stand alone mode, but they may not work inside of the DAW. This is one reason why setting up Massive MIDI controls inside of Logic can be important.
If you’ve ever recorded automation using a Macro control and nothing happens, you might need to set up some parameters inside of Logic X first. In this video, Johnny records automation using a Macro assigned to the first knob of his controller and even though Logic reads the automation values, there is no affect to the sound. Enter this work around for setting up Massive MIDI controls in Logic X.
You can either reassign the MIDI learn function to a direct value inside of Massive, like the Cut Off knob for instance, or you can enable Automation Quick Access inside of Logic X. This will allow you to simply click on a parameter inside of Massive and then move the slider or knob on your controller that you want to control that parameter.
Check out the video to see and hear some of the differences with setting up Massive MIDI controls inside of Logic X!