Tutorials for Massive
Learn how to make a solid 303 style bass stab in Massive as well as some tips and tricks for transitioning out of melodic sections.
Whether you’re going for a fuzzy vintage sound, looking to add warmth to a track, or you want to create a dirty bass – the likes of which has never been heard by human ears – you’ll need to be familiar with how to use distortion effects in Massive.
In this tutorial, learn how to use the different distortion effects in Massive and how they can be used on certain types of sounds.
In this tutorial, learn how to use the synced delay in Massive to create unique delay effects like ping pong and gated delays.
In this tutorial, learn how to use the noise oscillator in Massive to make unique sounds like drums and FX patches as well as use it as a tool to beef up leads and basses.
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.
Learn how the wavetable modes (Spectrum, Bend +, Bend-/+ And Bend –) in NI Massive affect your sound.
In part one of this month’s featured series, learn about wavetables in NI Massive and how you can use them to create the sounds you want to make.
In this tutorial, learn how to make a sublime EDM lead in Massive that’s perfect for chords, breakdowns and melodic sections.
Learn how make your own Massive reverse cymbal preset that can be used in multiple genres like dubstep, house, electro, downbeat and more!