One of the things we find so incredible and powerful about Serum is the ability to create a wavetable from a sound that’s already been heavily processed.
One of the reasons audio sampling has been used a lot by Drum and Bass and Neurohop producers is because most synths alone didn’t have enough built in processing. This necessitates a LOT of post processing using audio effects, which can be an incredibly frustrating, and time consuming, processor heavy resampling processes.
The thing that’s such a game changer about Serum: you never need to leave the synth to get these incredible sounds. In this tutorial Warp Academy’s, Dan DUSKO, reveals one of Serum’s most deadly powerful features: how to use the new resample to A+B feature. In this sound design secrets tutorial you’ll learn how to:
- Remix a presets stereo information with the new resample to A+B (Stereo)
- Adjust your LFO movements to 1 bar in length, giving you nice controlled movement in the resulting wavetable
- Experiment with resampling to create more complex modulations and unique results
- Use Serum’s native FX to get the best possible result
Join us for a FREE course on Serum
To celebrate the launch of Darkside Funk, we’re hosting a free live-stream: Sound Design Secrets in Serum. So much potential lurks under the hood of this incredible synth. Come discover some of our favorite features and how to get the most out of them.
Sound Design Secrets in Serum will be co-presented by two of the sound designers behind our epic, upcoming Darkside Funk soundbank: Dan Dusko and Vespers. Between them they’ve got 3 decades of production experience and have created some of the world’s most cutting-edge Serum sounds. Vespers’s tutorials are some of the most watched and liked Serum videos on Youtube. They’ll be dropping tips and tricks they developed while working on Darkside Funk, showcasing the most current new features