December 26, 2021 / Rating: 4.5 / Views: 614 Gallery of Images "Serum Tutorial Archives" (20 pics):
Serum Tutorial Archives
In this video tutorial Virtual Riot made for Splice you’ll learn how to make Serum wavetables from random samples using its import and editing functions. More Heat by Virtual Riot Over the past few years Valentin that’s Virtual Riot’s real name has filmed a handful of Serum tutorials, which are all pretty awesome.
Resources are only available for Subscribers or if you have purchased this course - you can Subscribe Here to get access to these courses resources as well as resources for ALL of our courses Sign in Subscribe Subscribe for UNLIMITED ACCESS Subscribe to get UNLIMITED streaming access to all Sonic Academy courses including all project files, samples & resources What's included?Serum, the hit soft synth plugin from Steve Duda and Xfer Records, is an exceptionally versatile beast, as capable of producing full throttle EDM leads as it is delicate, rusty, analog-style pads.When we first discovered it here at Mode Audio a few years ago, it quickly became our go-to synth, and has featured in many of our sample pack releases as well as, of course, our expanding range of Serum preset packs.As is now the standard for any professional-level soft synth, Serum is fully-featured, offering wavetable oscillators, enveloping, filtering, a noise generator, effects processors, LFOs and endless modulation routing possibilities - as such, it can be used to synthesis an almost bewildering variety of sounds.Today, I want to guide you through one of its more unusual uses, in generating drum sounds and sequences, to help expand your knowledge of its inner workings and demonstrate just how much it can do.