This tutorial is in response to a sound design request in our forums. The original post inquired as to how a specific bass synth could be recreated. Here is a link to the original post.
EchoSpace Vol. 1 is one of the most flexible and stylistic NI Massive preset collections released by OhmLab to date.
This is a must watch NI Massive video tutorial for anyone interested in producing any style of dub music or new variation of dub. A classic sound able to be used in a wide range of music!
WaveForms for NI Massive is a 40 sound set for NI Massive. Designed around Ambient and Chillout sequences, sound-fx, basses, and motion-heavy synth sounds, Producers in the Downbeat, Chillout and Cinematic genres will find plenty of sonic monsters to add a deep flavor to their mixes and is also a really useful tool for D&B, Techno, Dubstep, and IDM producers alike!
A dub techno track I wrote a couple of years back with NI Massive called Vanishing Point.
Learn how to easily make a professional sounding dubstep wobble bass using NI Massive.
This is a truly brilliant dub tech track called Yemaya by Vakama. Well worth the time to check it out!
If you are making dubstep, then you need to be able to make a good wobble bass. No matter what DAW you choose to use, NI Massive is a great choice to make some of the biggest, nastiest dirtiest wobble bass sounds ever imagined. Thhis video shows how to do it with FL Studio.
Using ‘noise’ to create atmosphere
This short tutorial will give you an idea of how to make the basics of the classic dub synth stab you may have heard in tracks by the likes of Quantec, Deepchord or Basic Channel.