How to Make Bigger and Better Wobbles Part 1
In the first part of this new series, learn how to create bigger and better wobbles in Massive that will make your productions more unique.
Dubstep wobbles are easy to make. Making a unique wobble that you can feature in your drop isn’t as easy. This is the first video in a three part series that will walk you through from start to finish not only how to make a bigger and better sounding wobble in Massive, but how to process the wobble with effects and then how to layer it with other wobbles to create a truly unique sound.
If dubstep isn’t your cup of tea don’t worry, you can still hopefully pick up some cool tips and tricks in this tutorial. Every genre of music has it’s stable sounds that you have to use otherwise listeners wouldn’t be able to tell what genre of music you are making. Rock music has the electric guitar, dubstep has wobbles and trance has supersaw lead sounds. But there are things you can do from a sound design perspective that will make those sounds stick out within your genre making your productions more unique. Benny Blanco, a grammy winning producer, said in an interview that he doesn’t care if everyone likes the genre of music he produces, he just wants people to be able to say they he uses unique sounds they haven’t heard before. I think that statement sums up the idea of sound design perfectly.
Stay tuned for part two next week, where I will show you some cool tips on how to process your wobbles using simple effects to make them even bigger.