It’s pretty common for a cult classic film’s soundtrack to be held up in high regards by it’s fans for eternity, and Vangelis has the unique ability to create music that is more memorable than the movies they are featured in (Chariots of Fire, 1492: Conquest of Paradise, Alexander, etc). Either way you slice it, the Blade Runner synth is a classic, and this is how you make it.
A very simple sound that is quick to make and really nice to listen to. It’s perfect for use in a very wide range of music genres, and you are only one minute from making it yourself.
This sound is hot! And the tutorial showing you how to make it is very easy to follow, walking you through the steps to design this nicely layered synth that will work in many styles of music.
Marcus James always kicks down some serious knowledge in his very well-made and easy to follow NI Massive video tutorials, and this one on how to make a popular Boards of Canada bass is spot on!
This NI Massive video tutorial does a great job of not only recreating this popular, and very cool, sound but it is also very easy to follow along with and understand.
MassiveSynth community member DubAlloy has been on fire lately with his NI Massive video tutorials, and this one is a great look at using envelopes to control pitch and LFO parameters.
The Stepper feature in Native Instruments Massive is a lot more flexible and powerful than some may be giving it credit for. It’s all in how you use it, and this video may just show even experienced users a new trick or two!
An awesome NI Massive video tutorial from DJ Vespers, showing you how to design a seriously nasty glitch-hop style filtered bass synth from scratch.
This is a great video showing you how to make a killer progressive house lead synth in just a few minutes, and it’s a sound you can tweak pretty easily to fit your music.
A very straightforward and concise NI Massive video tutorial that showcases the popular Woop synth sound that artists like Knife Party and Delta Heavy have used in recent hits.