In the third part of this in depth series, Johnny goes over the benefits of keytracking and how to apply it to your sounds.
In part two of this three part series, learn how to make your wobbles even bigger by using outside processing and effects.
We welcome Johnny back to continue this months’ featured series about velocity, keytracking and trigger random modulators in Massive.
In this original tutorial, I will show you how to make a huge snare in Massive. It’s crisp, it’s clear and it sounds as good as a sample.
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.
The process of creating a killer Arpeggiator can be a bit strenuous. But in this tutorial, our sonic ninja, Jonny Strinati, will break down and simplify the process of creating a Deep House Arp within NI Massive!
In this tutorial, YouTube user MassiveTutorials1 shows us how to create an NI Massive Dirty Lead Synth. This is a simple patch that packs a lot of punch!
In this NI Massive tutorial, Jonny Strinati guides us as we take a look at designing an impressive Deep House Lead.
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.
In this NI Massive Deep House Bass Design tutorial, Massive maestro Jonny Strinati returns to walk us through making a nu school deep house bass.