With Xfer’s synth, all you need to start making great sounds is a smiley face.
Serum‘s wavetable editor now allows you to use an image as the foundation for your next synth patch. To see just how powerful this new feature is, we threw in a bunch of emojis and got to synthesizing. Download the full Ableton project to get an inside look at how Serum can work magic on pretty much any image!
Start the day off right with this bright arp sequence – some subtle delay and filtering give it that soaring quality. Get the full project here
2. Pile of Poo
Combine some LFO modulation, panning and reverb and you’re left with huge pile of crap. Sounds pretty good though! Get the full project here
3. Face with Tears of Joy
This growling bass has a nice reese quality to it, with some automated filtering to provide a nice rise-and-fall. Get the full project here
You can use this phasing synth as a lead or to create some chord progressions – either way, it is lit AF. Get the full project here
5. Deciduous Tree
If the tallest, oldest tree in your backyard made a deep bassline, it might sound something like this. Get the full project here
6. Lady Beetle
The image’s inherent rhythm, along with some filter modulation and FX, makes this synth sound like it’s taking flight. Get the full project here
7. Sun with Face
Harness the raw power of the sun with a rich and textured bass that morphs and echoes. Get the full project here
Acid-flavored bass stabs get some added movement with some filter modulation and chorusing.
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September 1, 2016