Dubstep artist Excision has been known to drop some incredibly large monster basslines in his music, and this tutorial shows you how to design your own NI Massive Excision bass synth!
This lesson shares how to make an NI Massive Excision monster bass in less than two minutes! This hard hitting and aggressive dubstep bass can also easily be used in electro, rock and many other popular music genres. It’s slow delivery and rough edge give it a characteristic signature that will keep your song on the minds of your fans long after the music stops. Very easy to customize and transform it into your own sound, it works well with various wavetables and will handle processing outside of Massive like a champ. This is one of those must have sounds if you produce modern electronic music or experiment with mixing current and retro sounds together in your work.
It starts out with loading a Groan III wavetable into both OSC1 and OSC2, both dropped two octaves and each set up with a different Wt-position setting. An LFO is set up and assigned to modulate the Wt-positons knobs of both oscillators. This sound is then sent through a Lowpass 4 filter loaded into the Filter1 panel.
A Classic Tube Amp is loaded in the FX1 tab, which provides a bit of drive and distortion to the sound. Reverb is added to FX2 and gives the sound more space to move around in. And the EQ is turned on and used to finish shaping this NI Massive Excision bass synth. A Hardclipper is inserted to accentuate the rough edge and distortion. The last step of the process is to set up an envelope and assigned it to modulate the pitch value of both OSC1 and OSC2.
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