You also get the stems used in the tutorial to follow along with and mix on your system. There are two master effects sections, plus an additional two insert effects sections. His way of explaining is well-paced and leaves little untouched. Each oscillator has its own Pitch control, Wavetable-position, Intensity, and Amp level knobs. Now this is the question you're probably asking yourself: what about the synth itself? We occasionally will make exceptions to threads that create insightful discussion. Very easy to follow, yet doesn't skimp on any technical details.
Laurence is back with another in-depth collection of video tutorials about Camel Audio's super synth Alchemy! There is also a Noise generator with 12 different noise types to choose from with knobs to change the Color and Amp level of the noise. I chose this course in order to help learn Massive. This makes clear what the effect of all the controls is and it also makes it easier to understand how all the controls might be used in practice. Definitely helped me a ton, and definitely recommend. If you disagree with something, make your case politely. Furthermore, often the explanations are illustrated with some small examples.
Laurence has your back though, he shows you it all from start to finish so you can practice your own sonic alchemy with this truly amazing virtual synth. It also allows for more complicated modulation routings that are useful in making pads and soundscapes with lots of seemingly random motion. It also has its own pitch control. Click to grab your presets now and get sound designing! The tutor is professional and to the point. A similar slider beside the Filter sections allows you to mix between series or parallel modes for the two filters. The course finishes up with a series of tutorials on creating new sounds, including a classic vocoder effect, big moving basslines, evocative percussion patterns, and rich synth pads. All the usual suspects including Lowpass, Highpass and Bandpass are on tap, as well as some new modes like Acid and Scream.
However, a massive synth needs a bit of massive explaining. These advanced tutorials explore the inner workings of familiar synth programming techniques, as well as a few alternatives for pushing your sound further. Now an envelope is set up with a short attack and decay, which is then assigned to modulate the cutoff parameter of the lowpass filter. There are only three different pages to view in this program. Violations of this rule will result in a 1-day ban. Loop+ show this video tutorial from Steve Foulds on creating your own Dubstep growl bass, using Native Instruments massive synths pitch modulation. Also covered in this video is the processing of this synth, and how to get it sounding like the signature House sound.
There are two Filters available. It is kinda hard to explain, but I hope that helped you. Than I'm using an envelope which has no sustain, only a short decay of let's say 500ms in time. His tutorial on Serum Sound Design is also great. It is clear and easy to follow. I am also level 1 certified in Logic.
I got far more than I bargained for. Next you can begin applying effects. I have previously worked for Apple teaching Logic and also regularly lecture on Logic and electronic music production. It is clear and easy to follow. What training have you had? Perfect for anyone just getting started with House music production.
If you believe your post or comment was removed in error, check the and include a link in a polite. If you're not sure if your post will fit or not, message the moderators. Move beyond the basics of sound synthesis, in this course with musician Scott Hirsch. In this course, author Evan Sutton will dive deep into the instrument, including its flexible and powerful filters and routing, audio processing, and modulation features. You also get the stems so you can experiment on your own! His way of explaining is well-paced and leaves little untouched. Recording demos for the indie bands I mentioned earlier. He covers all of Massive's controls and guides you along in a very comprehensive and motivational way.
Check the dropdown menu above the posts! This is not a course to learn about synthesis nor is it a course to teach you how to sound design with Massive. Collab calls should go in the Collaboration Thread. The tutor is professional and to the point. Larry Holcombe's videos taught me far more. . If your post is calling someone out for something, it's probably not appropriate here.