Beautiful Major & Minor Sequences In Massive. Here's How...
In this tutorial, Johnny will show you some pro tips and tricks on how to make major or minor sequences in Massive.
Massive doesn’t have the most intuitive layout for creating Arps and Sequences. Johnny shows you the pitch values in laymen’s terms to make either major or minor sequences in Massive.
Massive doesn’t have an Arppegiator. To make sequences in Massive you have to use the Stepper. The Stepper is a small window that contains a lot of sliders. These sliders correlate to pitch values via semitones. If you’ve ever struggled making a sequences in Massive that fit your song’s key, write these down!
These are all of the values that you can use if you’re in a major key.
- MAJOR SCALE:
These are all of the values you can use if you’re in a minor key.
- MINOR SCALE:
Now you can easily make chord Arps and sequences in Massive. To get the Stepper to affect a sound, you need to modulate the Amp or the Oscillator’s amps to hear your sequence!
Finally, to make any sequence made in the Stepper more dynamic and expressive, you can activate an instance of the Performer and modulate another destination like the cut off for instance.
Check out the video to hear some of the major and minor sequences in Massive