Johnny’s back with another series this month. In this tutorial learn how to create a 32 step arp sequence by modulating a modulator.
In the final part of this month’s series Johnny creates a cool rhythmic patch while using the keytracking and trigger random to spice things up.
In the last part of this series on how to make the ultimate wobbles, learn the concepts of layering to make truly unique sounds.
In the third part of this in depth series, Johnny goes over the benefits of keytracking and how to apply it to your sounds.
We welcome Johnny back to continue this months’ featured series about velocity, keytracking and trigger random modulators in Massive.
In the first part of this new series, learn how to create bigger and better wobbles in Massive that will make your productions more unique.
Our good friend Johnny is back to show us everything you need to know about one of Massive’s more complicated features, the internal macros.
Let’s clear up some confusion around an often overlooked and misunderstood feature called the NI massive internal envelope and how you can use it to design more complex and expressive patches.
If you grew up when I did, then you can remember playing all the latest video games and the computers and systems they were made for. This quick tutorial will walk you through how you can take a simple 8-bit sound and transform it into a modern instrument using NI Massive.
This tutorial is a response to a question posed in our forums about recreating a classic poly funky synth in NI Massive. Similar to synthesizing horns, this lesson will share a few tips to help you achieve this classic sound!