There are a ton of tutorials out there that show you how to make many different types of nice wobbles, but this one will show you a couple tricks to add a little flavor to your sounds.
Moombahton continues to become more popular in the club scene, and it’s not surprising really since it combines so many great elements from different genres. Check out how to create a high pitched WUP synth in this helpful NI Massive tutorial!
Looking to learn how to make a sweet, warm and all around awesome progressive trance bass for your projects? Well look no further! This one is great, and it only takes a few minutes to make.
We have covered both of these topics before, but never at the same time and this video is perhaps a little easier for some folks to follow. We still get a lot of questions about all this, so I hope it helps all of you still struggling out there!
This is a really nice sound to use in a downtempo, ambient, minimalistic or countless styles that require something a bit more atmospheric and unobtrusive.
Attention Rusko fans! Check out this quick and easy NI Massive video tutorial showing you how to make the popular Rusko Woo Boost synth sound.
This bass is absolutely wicked! Nizmo has really nailed it with this sound, and scores extra points with us for sharing it with the community of NI Massive out there!
This helpful NI Massive tutorial video shows how to quickly and easily create a nice trance pluck synth in under two minutes, including some automation settings.
So we all know that you can make a bass with NI Massive. And you can make all sorts of drum elements with Massive as well. But how about using one instance of Massive to build a drum kit and bassline?
This series has quickly become a MassiveSynth community favorite, because it helps shed light on the different parts of Native Instruments Massive synth. This time, we cover the Modulation OSC panel.