Eclipse – Age Of Transitions – 65 Sounds For NI Massive ( Ambient, filmscore, moody pads, soundscapes, ethereal bells, percussion)
“Age of Transitions” ( content 1/2 – also check out pack 2 here )” is a collection of 64 high quality ambient, filmscore and new age style patches, containing moody pads, soundscapes, ethereal bells, percussion, and sublime fantasy woodwind instruments.
Nearly every each patch has all 8 macro controls assigned to it.
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Please note: This product requires Native Instruments Massive and is available in NMSV format only.
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A very straightforward and concise NI Massive video tutorial that showcases the popular Woop synth sound that artists like Knife Party and Delta Heavy have used in recent hits.
When you design a good talking growl bass, there is a chance to cash in on the wide range of changes in sound when gliding between notes over time.
A nice quick video sharing how to better understand and use the envelopes within Native Instruments Massive synth to create effects and gain more control over how a sound develops.
There are obviously many ways to design a solid Reese style bass with Native Instruments Massive, and this is another that is easy to follow, recreate and even make it your own with a little tweaking.
One of our new favorites, producer James Marcus is back to deliver another spot on tutorial for the NI Massive community. This time he shows how to make a funky clav!
This is a nice NI Massive video tutorial from Stratos showing how to make the popular Skrillex Kyoto/Ruffneck synth in just a matter of minutes.
Sometimes a sound comes along and used in such a way that it is deemed a ‘classic sound’ right there on the spot. Mord Fustang has a knack for it, and this video shows how to recreate on his his signature sounds.
Whether you are looking to learn how to make a killer blip or a scorching hot synth for that epic drop, this is a tutorial you do not want to pass over.
Datsik has a ton of great sounds that people are very excited to reproduce for their own projects, and this is one that is easily used in a wide range of music, and it’s fun to make.