TST’s Dubstep Bass Wobble Tutorial
An in-depth 13 part video series explaining how to get that Dubstep bass wobble out of Native Instrument’s Massive. A must watch for all disciples of Dubstep!
I stumbled across this link on the Native Instruments website by ‘thesoundtutor’.
DJ and producer TST offers a free thirteen-part video tutorial on YouTube named “TST’s Dubstep bass workshop series”. He shows how to produce the fat bass sound typical for dubstep using MASSIVE. This tutorial is quite interesting and useful for producing other music styles as well!
13 part tutorial on how to create a Dubstep bass wobble by thesoundtutor
In his video tutorials, The Sound Tutor explores the darker sides of NI’s Massive quite thoroughly.
Starting at the most basic point of programming, The Sound Tutor manages to create a clear view of how to use Massive’s various oscillators, filters and modulators in a down to earth way so even the worst noob can understand, while still containing a lot of interesting bits for the hardcore programmers to enjoy. If you work with Massive and you are looking for the grimiest sound while still remaining full control of it’s spectrum, these tutorial are a must see!
Part 1: Introduction video
Part 2: Getting started : basic oscillator functions
Part 3: Setting the tone with Oscillators, Amp ADSR & the Modulation oscillator
Part 4: Voicing and pitch options
Part 5: Signal Routing, Filters, Effects and Noise
Part 6: Envelope and LFO modulation
Part 7: The Performer
Part 8: Modulating the modulator
Part 9: Automation
Part 10: More modulation uses for animated tone
Part 11: Creating the sub bass to go with the mid hi bass
Part 12: Technique in practice
Part 13: Technique in practice – example two
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