Want to learn how to make Deep, dubby techno? DFRNT shows you his production methods. Let DFRNT take you through his production methods. Helping you build a synth sound in NI Massive, and produce an entire track, from processing and sidechaining pads and sounds to adding vocals, tweaking the mix and arranging the track.
Creating A Synth In Massive
The first video covers the creation of a deep dub-techno synth sound in Massive. This versatile VST synth from Native Instruments provides a great basis for dub-techno sounds.
DFRNT shows you his creation methods and how he puts together the sounds from a basic chord, plus reverb, delay, filtering and assigning velocity control. You’ll learn:
Creating a new synth in Massive
Selecting an appropriate wavetable
Simple filtering of the sound
Simple effects like reverb and delay
Working with envelopes to mould the sound
Working With Pads
In the second part, DFRNT takes you through working with pads, and delves a little more in to his track creation methods.
This involves editing his original synth sound, converting it to a pad, sidechaining it and adding a few more effects to the rack. You’ll discover:
Explaining the other tracks in the project
Adding effects to the pad track
Altering the midi sequences for a pad
Sidechaining from the kick drum
Ordering effects in the rack
Bonus Items – Ableton File & Bonus sounds!
Not only do you get an hour of video tutorials, and 30 Massive patches to use, but DFRNT has included the Ableton Live project file from the tutorial so you can jump in and get your hands dirty with the track you have just seen him create.