Back in 2016, Gordon wrote a brutal and experimental soundtrack for the science fiction video game Doom, that won a number of awards.
To illustrate the game’s portrayal of Hell and its insidious power he explored the role of energy in sound production and how the physical properties of analogue equipment can be imparted onto digital sources.
He brilliantly blended death metal, djent and industrial sounds and transcended the perceptual boundary between music and its context.
Today, Patchmaker is proud to present “HELL for Serum” – a soundset inspired by Mick Gordon’s latest work.
This incredible collection offers 101 Serum presets, that will help you to build up your own unique music with some heavy sounds.
Inside you will find a lot of fat and aggressive basses, evil distorted leads, dark pads and everything you may need to produce a great track and push up your producer skills.
Every preset has all macros, so you will be able to tweak them at your own preference and and get better results.
Check out the demo for a feel of the quality of these presets and get your copy today!
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