Quick & Easy
We have shared several ways to create 8-Bit sounds from scratch here in our tutorials, and today we wanted to show you one simple way you can use some of those sounds effectively by offering a quick lesson in how to make an NI Massive 8-Bit stepper sequence.
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.
The Quick & Easy NI Massive Tutorial series is back with another fun installment on how to create a cool rhythmic sequence for a spacey synth blip within NI Massive.
What the Heck is KTr?! Good question, and one I get all the time. KTr stands for Key Tracking.
Welcome back to another installment of the Quick & Easy NI Massive Tutorial Series. This tutorial will show you just how easy it is to create a good sounding set of Hi-Hats in Massive, and it only takes a few seconds to make!
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.
How do I make awesome dubstep sounds? How does Skrillex do it? I get these questions a lot, and quite frankly you can find too many of these kinds of tutorials on YouTube and various forums already. So I am going to do something a little different here. Get ready to learn the basics of building your own sick bass sounds that you can put your signature on!
In this installment of the Quick & Easy Massive tutorial series, we take a look at how to create a professional sounding trance style pad in under two minutes. This popular sound is really simple to accomplish using NI Massive and it’s a technique you may find yourself using again and again for years to come.
Sometimes you just need a quick and simple lesson to get you going on something different. This new ongoing series will give you insight into tips, tricks and techniques you can use in Native Instruments Massive synth that are fast and easy.