Point Blank has released an in-depth first-look video of Native Instruments’ Massive X.

Announced almost a year ago, the new synth was built by the same team who built the original Massive over a decade ago and arrives as a free download via Native Access for owners of Komplete 12—Point Blank are also giving away Komplete 12 and either Ableton or Logic (£1,000/$1,350 worth of software) to anyone who signs up to any of their online diploma or higher education courses.

In the video, Point Blank’s Module Leader for Sound Design, Chris Carter, details some of the synth’s stand-out features, including two wavetable oscillators with 170 wavetables to choose from, three additional syncable oscillators, the synth’s modulation modes, and the completely new routing engine, which allows users to route any input to output as well as route audio to and from multiple components.

You can watch the video in full via the player below, with more on Point Blank and its courses here.