The level of flexibility and expressiveness that Massive is capable of is why it’s so easy and fun to use. Check out how quickly you can recreate a signature Armin Van Buuren bass synth!
With the loudness wars still in full-effect we wanted to spend a little time on dynamic range, explain what it is and why it is so important to understand what your doing when you compress audio. So here are the most important things to know, in one quick lesson!
NI Massive is notorious for being incredibly flexible, as the entire synth is really driven by the ability to manipulate anything, in a number of ways, and then manipulate those things and then….you get the idea. It’s big. And it’s also perfect for creating sequenced and rhythmic elements for your Trance projects!
Finding the right balance with reverb is so important in today’s music production scene. This lesson shares tips and tricks specific to Trance and EDM music to help you produce more professional tracks.
The kick drum is the heartbeat of electronic music and you can easily create your very own in a matter of minutes. This tutorial shares how to make professional kicks that really cut through the mix!
Everyone has their own approach to making music and designing sounds. This helpful tutorial shares a few tips that you can use to speed up your work and maybe even improve your overall sound along the way.
Sometimes simple compression is simply not enough! Using multi-band compression can give you more control and allow for targeting of specific parts of a sound or performance. This lesson shows you how to do it!
Sometimes we need to step away from topics like sound design, mixing, arranging, etc to touch on things like CPU usage and best practices to keep your computer working with you, not against you. This lesson shares a tip on how converting MIDI to audio can help you get the most out of your DAW.
Today we look at just how easy it can be to create your own custom groove templates in a DAW to get that perfect feel you’ve always wanted for your songs.
Trance music lives and breathes in the rhythm and grooves that are built up through cooperative layering, but drum build-ups are integral to introducing a extra bit of excitement and tension as you head into pivotal transition points in your projects.