Second sound design video tutorial – this time, Funkagenda explains how to create typical Dubstep (upper) Bass sound using NI Massive synth.
Well, another (but this time very quick) video tutorial about making the Dubstep Bass similar to bass used in Skrillex – Cinema track.
ps. People often email me about video tutorials, asking some questions. Please note that I’m not the author of these videos. I just post them because I find them better than tons of other uploaded on YouTube / Vimeo 🙂
Making an Aggresive Dubstep Bass sound in Ableton Live using just Ableton Operator synth (+ Live’s plugins).
Yep, another “dubstep Scream” sound design tutorial using Native Instruments Massive synth …
Dance performance on Vst Cafe ? Oh, come on 😉
Still, it’s an amazing performance strongly connected with music (Dubstep this time), tempo and other musial things (like preparing the whole mix, building the tension and making both visual and musical things work together nicely).
Dubspot Instructor Heinrich Zwahlen explores creative possibilities of Massive, Native Instruments synthesizer which is frequently used to create unique bass sounds (well, now a little bit overused in Dubstep genre but still there is a room for something fresh) and intense leads. In this video tutorial, Heinrich focuses on Massive’s ability to create speech-like sounds, showing step by step how to create your own variations of the talking synth, or digital mouth harp.
The Talking Stepper technique allows you to synthesize original sounds from scratch using Massive, and develop the sound further with the step sequencer, which allows you to make unique mechanical melodies.
It’s just “some” guy (sorry, I’m really not that much into hmm dubstep scene 🙂 ) showing his amazing skills on Akai MPC. It’s a sampled (I guess) Cinema (Skrillex Remix) tune, played with drum pads. Great performance 🙂
Free 25 presets (WonderWobble Vol1) for Native Instruments Massive synth. I haven’t tested these presets but I assume that these are wobble presets suited for Dubstep. The format is KSD so the presets will work for older Massive versions too.
This video tutorial shows how to create Dubstep Bass sound using NI Massive. It’s not another YOI sound or something. Actually it’s quite … sick 😉 There’s also a download link for this preset (video description) so if you’re a lazy bastard ;), but you need this – go ahead and download.