Build Better Serum Presets With These 5 Tips
Whether you are an experienced Serum user or an absolute beginner, there is always something new that can be learned for maximizing the power of Serum. To assist you with this, we have compiled five video tutorials that will help you on the road to becoming a Serum expert!
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1. How To Make Serum Sound More Vintage
There is nothing better than the thick, deep tones of an analog synthesizer. Fortunately, Serum can create these vintage-sounding timbres quite easily, and this video teaches you three ways for achieving this.
2. Get More Musical Results Using Unique Filter Modes
Filter modulation is a great technique for creating memorable synth patches, and Serum supplies over 75 filter modes for spicing up your sounds. You can learn how to utilize these filter modes in the video below.
3. Vibrato ‘How To’ In Serum
Using vibrato is a great technique for creating movement and excitement in your synth patches. It’s important to understand that vibrato is simply an oscillation of pitch, and this effect can be created quite effortlessly in Serum using LFO modulation.
4. Remove Pops and Clicks in Serum
We are all familiar with the annoying pops and clicks that can occur with designing synth patches. These artifacts are almost always caused by your synth’s volume envelope – typically, an attack time that’s too fast. This video will teach you how to tackle this issue in Serum.
5. Reverb filter tricks for Serum
Serum’s reverb filter takes everything we love about reverb to a new level, allowing you to add powerful resonance, body and weight to any synth patch. If you haven’t explored Serum’s reverb filter, this video is a great introduction to what it’s capable of and how you can use it.
Through these Serum tips, we hope that you could learn a thing or two that will empower your future synth design.
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