How to Make the Bass Synth From My Molly Bootleg in NI Massive
We welcome back Ryan Enzed with his latest NI Massive video tutorial, this time he shares how he created the bass synth for his track Molly Bootleg.
Ryan has made some really killer tutorials in recent years and this one is no exception. He goes in to great detail when explaining what he did to create this instrument, as well as why he made some of the decisions he shares in the video. This kind of quality content takes a lot of time and talent, as well as a true willingness to share, so if you have enjoyed his tutorials make sure you show him support by checking out some of his social profiles and see what else he’s up to right now.
His bass is actually a layering of three different synths he created in NI Massive, and he shows how each one is made as well as how he went about combining the synths to achieve the desired sound in the end. Any time you combine a few sound like this to make one huge instrument mix in a song, it is best to keep things as simple as possible in each of the sounds you wish to combine. It’s also important to keep in mind all the standard best practices with EQ and compression to allow for each of the sounds to shine through the way you want and need them to in the end. Ryan does a good job of explaining why he made the EQ adjustments, why he picked the reverb he went with and even shows the amp plugin used on this project and really enjoys.
It’s always nice and refreshing to have tutorials put together by someone who is sharing just to share. If you have something you would like to share with the rest of the MassiveSynth community, let us know by contacting us directly and we’ll be happy to discuss how that works with you.