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Serum for Windows

  • Demo
  • In English
  • V 1.281
  • 2
  • (0)
  • Security Status

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Advanced wavetable synthesizer

Serum by Xfer Records is a sophisticated wavetable synthesizer that provides high-quality music and graphics as well as a creative workflow-oriented layout. Creating and changing sounds is then more fun rather than tedious. It is also more efficient as you have the ability to create and control wavetables in real-time

Is Xfer Serum free?

Most synthesizers for beginners use basic sine, triangle, and saw waves to generate sounds. Wavetable synthesizers use optical waveforms, also known as wavetables, to generate sounds. This program helps you to generate your own track by picking from over 1000 specific wavetable combinations. You’ll also be able to access 150 distinct wavetable shapes—a substantial number to make great music

Using the program's external audio feature and the editor, you can make unique-sounding wavetables. A plethora of customization possibilities are offered through an elegant and simple-to-use interface; the wavetables fall into various categories: analog, spectral, and vowel. Beginners will be able to start familiarizing themselves with the different instruments straight away.

With such offerings, it is only reasonable that this is a paid program. You don’t have to purchase Serum right away, though. Xfer offers the complete version of Serum for free for the first three days. Experienced artists and musicians would consider the output of its sound engine as crisp and polished. Its four separate oscillators—two main oscillators, a flexible noise generator, and a filthy sub-oscillator. Both main oscillators are for Virtual Sound Technology (VST). To achieve more polished sounds, noise and sub-oscillators are used.

Industry-standard synthesizer for beginners

Overall, Serum has a wide range of characteristics and offerings without being too complicated. There's a lot more to learn about Xfer's Serum since it has expanded its strengths to cover more technical aspects of music-making. If you're new to the music industry or searching for a new wavetable program, Serum is the program for you.

PROS

  • Organizes wavetables and oscillators
  • Offers over 1000 wavetable combinations
  • Offers 150 wavetable shapes
  • Free to use for 3 days

CONS

  • Limited number of shapes available

Also available in other platforms


Serum for PC

  • Demo
  • In English
  • V 1.281
  • 2
  • (0)
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