Our in-house producer Ryan Enzed shows you how to make your productions more interesting using the Performer function in Native Instrument’s Massive.
Lucky Date posted another great tutorial this week for all you aspiring producers out there. This time around he shows us a “surgical EQ” method for cutting problematic frequencies out of your synths to clean up your mixes. This tutorial uses Reason’s MClass Equalizer, but the general concept behind this method can easily be applied using
Supplemental Sounds affiliated producer Lucky Date just posted a great video tutorial on how to create a huge sounding laser synth in Reason that is commonly used in dubstep and moombahcore productions.
$19.99 through February 2nd, 2013 That’s 20% savings! Supplemental Sounds teamed up with Electro House veteran Lazy Rich for their latest offering for NI’s Massive synthesizer. Lazy Rich Massive Soundset Vol. 1 features 32 exclusive patches that Rich hand selected from his personal production arsenal. You may recognize a lot of these sounds, because many of them were used
[soundcloud id=’58840913′ color=’#1a7e97′] Ryan Enzed Sylenth Soundset Vol. 1 Product/Purchase Page Ryan Enzed’s first soundset for LennarDigital‘s outstanding Sylenth1 soft-synth is now available for purchase exclusively through Supplemental Sounds. The soundset contains 32 patches for Sylenth1 that were designed with electro house in mind, but can be used with any genre that requires sounds that
I recently decided that it’s probably a good time to pick the brain of our in-house sound designer, Ryan Enzed. I was able to tear away the man-who-wears-many-hats from his intense schedule as a producer, mastering engineer, DJ, sound designer, and YouTube professor, for a few minutes to find out what he’s got cookin’ down
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