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Remaking the Style of Matt Simons - Catch & Release (Deepend Remix) in Ableton Live 9 using MASSIVE

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We had some requests for a remake on Deepend's style. So here's a remake of Matt Simons - Catch & Release in the Deepend Remix made in Ableton Live 9 using NI Massive.  Steps / Prerequisites: What you need: Ableton Live 9 (Standard is enough) & NI MASSIVE VST A drum sample pack, maybe some bongo sounds as well You can look for some decent Piano and Guitar sounds (eg. The Grand Piano Ableton Pack)  Then you're good to go for a remake in this style! Steps: Constructing the typical deep / future house drumming with bongos (we are relying on samples from our "Deep Premium...

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Remaking the Style of EDX - Belong in Ableton Live 9 using MASSIVE

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We had some requests for a remake on EDX. So here's a remake of EDX - Belong made in Ableton Live 9 using NI Massive.  Steps / Prerequisites: What you need: Ableton Live & NI MASSIVE VST A rather versatile drum sample pack (we need a variety of small percussion sounds here, there are around 25 different drum elements) Look for some decent Piano sounds (eg. The Grand Piano Ableton Pack) and a good (open) guitar sample Then you're good to go for a remake in this style! Steps: Signature Bass Sound Layering (using several instances of MASSIVE & a couple of our Future House...

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Splitting Sub-Bass Frequencies - Sub Separation

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  In this video, we’re focussing on sub separation. It doesn’t only apply for future house, but works the same for other genres like electro house, dubstep and drum n’ bass. The key concept is separating the sub bass frequencies from manipulations you’re applying on your sounds in the mid and higher frequencies. If we we’re for example going to use a bitcrusher on our bass sound, it would probably significantly stir up the sound in sub frequencies and add unwanted disturbing character to our mix.        Therefore, we separate our bass sounds in two or more parts:...

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