This lesson in designing a long evolving NI Massive pad is a wonderful example of just how easy it can be to takle advantage of the modulation controls to create incredibly complex instruments in just minutes!
There are many different modern music genres that showcase anthemic synths that flex from pluck or stab to huge pad or lead. This tutorial shares how to make a big NI Massive supersaw flex synth perfect for this!
This is a nice video tutorial full if great insights, best practices and workflow tips for NI Massive sound design sessions intended to help you elevate your skills!
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.
In today’s installment of the Quick & Easy Tutorial Series I will demonstrate how to make an evolving atmospheric murmur pad, perfect for ambient, minimal and deepchord style projects.
A nice approach to creating a sweeping pad instrument in NI Massive, including the programming of macro controls and setting up the internal envelope of the main LFO.
This is another quick NI Massive video tutorial from one of our many MassiveSynth community members! It shows how he creates a simple stabbing pad instrument.
A nice lush sounding pad for your deeper house, minimal and ambient productions. It’s quick, easy and a very nice addition to any track needing that little bit of melodic atmosphere.
Welcome back to the Quick & Easy NI Massive Tutorial Series! In this episode I will be showing you how to create your own deep house synth that can be customized to your liking.
The Sixth in a 10 part series of tutorials by ΩhmLab using NI Massive exclusively to create every component of a complete song. This installment focuses on creating a custom feedback synth instrument without using any feedback!