In this tutorial, Echo Sound Works will show you some tips and tricks that will help make your Massive sounds fit in the mix better.
Learn how to make a big dubstep snare in Massive that can help punch through your mix without having to layer and mix a lot of samples.
In this tutorial, learn how to make a sublime EDM lead in Massive that’s perfect for chords, breakdowns and melodic sections.
We are very happy to have Rafael, from Piggy Sounds Studio, here today for this awesome tutorial on designing retro 90s sounds with NI Massive. A must read!
Kicking off this month’s featured series is a tutorial on how to build chord sounds and stack different pitches to make playable chords.
Tired of cold digital sounds? Warm up Massive by adding some analog character and learn how to make Massive sound like a Mini Moog in just a few minutes
We welcome Johnny back to continue this months’ featured series about velocity, keytracking and trigger random modulators in Massive.
This tutorial looks at creating an NI Massive Deep House Pluck. Created by Jonny Strinati, this is the fourth and final installment of our series that is focused on Deep House for NI Massive.
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.
In this tutorial we continue with part 3 of our series of production tips for deep house and techno production. This week we look at sidechain compression and creating a great sounding synth. In prior tutorials we looked at creating drums and applying some groove and shuffle (which you can watch here), and creating a powerful bass track that added depth to our track (which you can watch here). Check out the video and don’t forget to leave a comment below.
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