Sunday, September 26, 2010

Massive Lesson : Fat Saw

I have a new tutorial prepared for you. Today we're going to learn how to make a fat saw lead using NI Massive. I'd definitely recommend this synth to any electronic musician with a little money to spare.

30 comments:

  1. interesting blog, will try it tomorrow, too sleepy right now...

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  2. NI massive is such sweet software, great tutorial

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  3. knowing myself I'd have about 100 questions starting with "How do I.." after a few seconds. Nice vid though!

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  4. I have a buddy that would probably be interested in these (I know he was working on a remix of an Earth, Wind and Fire song lolz).

    If I remember, I'll link this to him later today.

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  5. Great advice for electronic composers, I'll be sure to link it for some of my friends.

    Check out my blog about religion, science and stuff: http://amidstallhuman.blogspot.com/

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  6. i wish it was that easy for all of us unexperienced people. :) very nice video!

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  7. Awesome blog, looking forward to more tutorials.

    I love drum and bass, but do you know how to make the sounds that are in groups like Boards of Canada or Tycho?

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  8. I'm not familiar with either of those artists, but I'll definitely look into it and see what I can do.

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  9. Pretty slick tutorial. You sound very 'laid back.'
    You just deal with NI stuff or do you tutorial for other progs such as Reason and FL?

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  10. Clear and Informative indeed!! One of the better tutorials:) thx

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  11. I deal with a lot of different programs, including Reason and FL Studio. If there's anything in particular you're interested in, just let me know and I'll see what I can do.

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  12. That's pretty dang cool.

    I used to mess with Mixcraft, but I sucked at it

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  13. this is a good post that makes me want to come back for more

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  14. why can't you do something with sine?

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