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Wolfgang Gartner – Illmerica Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main bass synth from Wolfgang Gartner’s “Illmerica” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This sound uses the Melofant wave table with some envelope and LFO modulation to get the majority of its character.

Denney – Low Frequency Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Denney’s “Low Frequency” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This simple sound uses a pulse wave and a sine wave together with a filter envelope to get its basic character.

Daniel Portman – The Reason Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Daniel Portman’s “The Reason” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This sound uses 3 saw wave oscillators with a filter envelope to get the majority of its character.

 

Dada Life – Happy Violence Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Dada Life’s “Happy Violence” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This sound takes advantage of the phase modulation oscillator to get its mean sounding character.

 

Cajmere and Sonny Fodera – Show You Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main synth from Cajmere and Sonny Fodera’s “Show You” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses 2 saw waves with a modulated lowpass filter to get the majority of its character.

 

Tube and Berger – Set It Off Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from “Set It Off” by Tube and Berger using Native Instruments’ Massive and some Ableton Reverb. This sound uses a sine wave and the Roughmath 1 wavetable with a strong filter envelope to get most of its character.

 

Black Sun Empire – Until The World Ends Tutorial


In this video we recreate one of the bass synth fills in Black Sun Empire & State Of Mind’s “Until The World Ends” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This sound uses the “Digigrain 1” wavetable and some heavy modulation to get the majority of its character.

 

Emanuel Satie – Cold Sweat Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Emanuel Satie’s “Cold Sweat” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This simple sound uses a square wave with a basic filter envelope to get its character.

 

Doctor P – Watch Out Tutorial (Sylenth1)


In this video we recreate the lead synth in the beginning of “Watch Out” by Doctor P using Native Instruments’ Massive or Sylenth1. This synth uses a square/saw wave with heavy bitcrushing and an envelope on its vibrato to get its character.

 

Duane Bartolo – Good For You Tutorial


We recreate the pitch riser synth from Duane Bartolo’s “Good For You” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses 8 voices between 2 saw oscillators to get a rich sound combined with a volume LFO to give it that pumping rhythmic sound.

 

Kill The Noise – Jokes On You Tutorial


In this video we use Native Instrument’s Massive to recreate one of the bass synths from the VIP remix of Kill The Noise’s “Jokes On You”. This synth uses the AI wavetable and some heavy modulation and distortion to get its character.

 

Feed Me – Muscle Rollers Tutorial


In this video we recreate the lead synth from Feed Me’s “Muscle Rollers” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses a saw wave routed through a bandpass filter and some portamento to get the majority of its character.

 

Jus Deelax – Judas Tutorial


In this video we recreate the pluck synth from Jus Deelax & Jose De Sokkat’s “Judas” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses 1 triangle wave with some filter and pitch envelopes to give it that short plucky character.

 

Feed Me – Blood Red Tutorial


In this video we recreate the pluck synth from Feed Me’s “Blood Red” using Native Instruments’ Massive. This synth uses a saw wave with a sidechained envelope on a filter and some delay and reverb to get most of its character.

 

Kiko – Beautiful Place Tutorial


In this video we recreate one of the saw synths that is used as a fill in Kiko & Olivier Giacomotto’s “Beautiful Place” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses a pair of saw oscillators with a filter envelope to get its character.

 

Mord Fustang – The Electric Dream Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main chord synth from Mord Fustang’s “The Electric Dream” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This sound uses a few saw waves with some gentle FX to get its character.

 

Lonya – Iron Door Tutorial


In this video we recreate the soft chord synth from Lonya’s “Iron Door” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses a triangle wave with a slow attack and a filter LFO to get the majority of its character.

 

Mord Fustang – Milky Way Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main chord synth from Mord Fustang’s “Milky Way” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This sound uses one saw oscillator with some not-so-subtle FX to give it movement and character.

 

AVIICI – Wake Me Up Tutorial


In this tutorial we recreate the drop synth from EDX’s remix of Wake Me Up by Avicii using Native Instrument’s Massive and an Ableton reverb device. This sound uses 3 oscillators and a pitch envelope to get most of it’s character.

 

Bassjackers – Wave your Hands Tutorial


We show you how to recreate the 3 synths before the drop on Wave your Hands by Bassjackers and Thomas Newson. Using Native Instrument’s Massive, we show you how to make the pluck lead, pluck chords, and bass synths.

 

Knife Party – Centipede Tutorial


In this video we recreate one of the bass synths from Knife Party’s “Centipede” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This synth uses the Digigrain and Modern Talking wavetables with some heavy modulation to get its character.

 

Krewella – Alive Tutorial


In this video we use Native Instrument’s Massive recreate the scream synth from Pegboard Nerd’s remix of Alive by Krewella. This synth uses 2 sine waves run through the scream filter and other distortion to get its character.

 

Tiesto and MOTi – Blow Your Mind Tutorial


In this video I recreate the main saw lead from “Blow Your Mind” by Tiesto and MOTi using Native Instruments’ Massive and some Ableton Reverb. This sound uses 2 instances of Massive to separate the stereo chords and centered bass elements, as well as a drum sample to accentuate the percussive sound of the synth.

 

Showtek – We Like To Party Tutorial


In this video we take a look at Showtek’s “We Like To Party” and recreate the main saw synth using Native Instruments’ Massive and some Ableton Reverb. This sound uses a collection of detuned saws with a pitch envelope to get the basis of it’s character.

 

Oliver Heldens – Gecko Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main synth from “Gecko” by Oliver Heldens using Native Instruments’ Massive and some Ableton Reverb. This sound uses the Roughmath 1 wavetable with a pitch and filter envelope to get the majority of it’s character.

 

Martin Garrix and Jay Hardway – Wizard Tutorial


In this video we look at “Wizard” by Martin Garrix and Jay Hardway and recreate the lead synth from the section before the drop using Native Instruments’ Massive. This sound uses a basic saw wave with some pitch and filter modulation to get it’s character.

 

Laidback Luke – Rocking With The Best Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main synth from Tujamo’s Remix of “Rocking With The Best” By Laidback Luke using Native Instruments’ Massive. This sound uses some clever filter modulation with the Sample and Hold effect on insert 1 to get it’s character.

 

Knife Party – Give it Up Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main bass synth from the drop in Knife Party’s “Give It Up” using Native Instruments’ Massive. This sound uses the digigrain 1 and 2 wavetables for its character and then wavetable and filter automations for movement.

 

The Prodigy – Nasty Tutorial


In this video we use Native Instrument’s Massive to recreate one of the leads from Spor’s remix of “Nasty” by The Prodigy. This synth uses 2 guitar-pulse wave tables with a keytracked bandpass filter as well as some heavy detuning to get its basic character.

 

Hard Rock Sofa – Get Down Tutorial


In this video we take a look at Get Down by Hard Rock Sofa and recreate the lead synth from the drop using Native Instruments’ Massive. This sound uses a collection of detuned saws with some moderate reverb to get its character.

 

South Central – Dance Of The Skeletons Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main growl bass synth from South Central’s “Dance Of The Skeletons” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This synth uses 3 different oscillators, some distortion, and some heavy automation to get its sound.

 

Generic Reese Bass Tutorial


In this video we show you how to make a versatile Reese Bass using Native Instruments’ Massive that can be used to in any Drum and Bass or Dubstep track with ease. The key to this sound is using the Frequency Shifter and a series of filter automations to get a lot of movement.

 

Wolfgang Gartner – Space Junk Tutorial


In this video we recreate the signature chord sound from Wolfgang Gartner’s “Space Junk” within Native Instrument’s Massive or Sylenth1. This simple sounding synth uses a couple saw waves and some heavy distortion to get its character.

 

Pretty Pink – Gunfire Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Pretty Pink’s “Gunfire” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This synth uses the “Gentle Speech” wavetable with a filter envelope to get the majority of its character.

 

Excision – Codename X Tutorial


In this video we recreate the lead screech synth from the drop in Codename X by Excision using Native Instruments’ Massive. This sound uses some heavy distortion over a few simple tones to get it’s screechy character.

 

Murtagh & Veschell – Emperor Tutorial


In this video we recreate the lead saw synth from Murtagh & Veschell’s “Emperor” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This synth uses a saw wave routed through a bandpass filter with some heavy portamento and FX to get most of its character.

 

Dimension- Whipslap Tutorial


In this video we recreate the main bass synth from Whip Slap by Dimension using Native Instrument’s Massive. This sound uses the Silver wavetable in bend -+ mode to get most of its character.

 

Pegboard Nerds – Pressure Cooker Tutorial


In this video we recreate the scream synth from Pegboard Nerds’ “Pressure Cooker” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This synth uses 2 sine waves run through the scream filter and other distortion to get its character.

 

Zeds Dead & Oliver Heldens – You Know Tutorial


We look at “You Know” by Zeds Dead and Oliver Heldens and recreate the main bass synth using Native Instruments’ Massive and the Corpus Device inside Ableton. This sound uses 3 basic oscillators with a filter envelope to get the basis of it’s character, and then is run through the Corpus Device to give a more organic feel to it.

 

Fatboy Slim – Eat Sleep Rave Repeat Tutorial


In this video we use Native Instrument’s Massive to recreate the percussive lead synth in this remix of Eat Sleep Rave Repeat. This sound uses a couple drum samples in addition to the Massive patch to get its percussive character.

 

Sonny Moko – Three Two One Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Sonny Moko’s “Three Two One” using Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1. This sound utilizes a pulse and square wave with some quick filter and pitch envelopes to get its character.

 

Noir & Symbol – Glass Tutorial


In this video we recreate the bass synth from Noir & Symbol’s “Glass” using Native Instrument’s Massive. This synth uses 3 oscillators routed to different filters and a pair of envelopes to achieve it’s character.

 

Blasterjaxx – Mystica Tutorial


In this video we use Native Instrument’s Massive to recreate the percussive synth from the drop in Mystica by Blasterjaxx. This sound is made using 2 instances of massive to separate the percussive element from the reverb stereo sound.