Groove3 MASSIVE X: Sound Design Vol 1 TUTORIAL
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MASSIVE X: Sound Design Vol 1
Thomas Cochran brings you sound design videos using Native Instruments MASSIVE X! Learn to create basic EM workhorse sounds as well as more intricate, evolving patches perfect for film and soundtrack work. These MASSIVE X tutorials are great for those just starting out sound designing with MASSIVE X, as well as intermediate MASSIVE X programmers.
Thomas welcomes you and then gives an overview of what will be covered in the video tutorials, and then jumps right in, showing you how to craft a classic Juno Synth Stab sound using the advanced modulation features found within Massive X. Next, you’ll see and hear how to make synthetic keyboard sounds, including a patch that sounds like the legendary Yamaha CS-80 synthesizer found in the music of the classic Blade Runner movie soundtrack.
Moving on, you’ll discover how to create popular Bass patches like Growl Bass, Nuro DnB Bass, and Stab Basses. You’ll even see how to make a killer 808 Kick Drum patch from scratch! Lead sounds are next, and Thomas reveals how to create a cool 8-Bit Lead sound, Sync Lead, and a powerful Chord Lead sound that utilizes Chord Unison Mode to fill out and thicken the patch.
Wrapping it up, you’ll explore making interesting Ambience and FX patches such as an Ambient Arp Pad perfect for backing duties, a Sci-Fi Bass Pad that evolves by incorporating the powerful MASSIVE X arpeggiator feature, and a powerful Space Chords preset that is a polyphonic chord patch with a layered white noise effect.
To see what these MASSIVE X tutorials teach you and how they’ll help you to learn sound design with MASSIVE X, see the individual MASSIVE X tutorial descriptions on this page. If you’re ready to learn sound design with MASSIVE X, or just get new ideas for your existing sound design skills, this collection of MASSIVE X videos are just what you need. Start making your own patches from scratch with MASSIVE X today… watch “MASSIVE X: Sound Design Vol 1″ now.
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