Let’s create our own monster sounds from scratch via two different approaches: synthesis and recorded audio.
From wavetable tricks to workflow insights, Tracey Brakes shares five invaluable tips on synthesis and sound design that she learned from using Xfer Record’s Serum.
Learn how to recreate the iconic Stranger Things theme with our downloadable project file and step-by-step tutorial video.
We explore the different elements that go into an effective synth lead sound by recreating the instrument in Bag Raiders’ “Shooting Stars.”
In order to put its versatility to the test, we challenged ourselves to try making a full track using nothing but Xfer Record’s Serum.
Let’s explore what modular synthesis is and why its principles are worth exploring, regardless of whether you work with hardware or solely within the DAW.
Learn how to use Serum and FM synthesis to create a convincing emulation of the silver bell, everyone’s favorite tonal percussion instrument.
To celebrate the recent release of Mortal Kombat 11, we decided to recreate the theme song from the game’s film counterpart.
In this article, let’s use Serum to turn back the clock and learn how to add some analog flavor to our digital sounds.
Discover new sonic possibilities with Xfer Record’s Serum by combining the synth with plugins from the powerful D16 FX Bundle.
Despite Serum’s wealth of functionalities, there’s one powerful feature that often gets overlooked by many – let’s explore how to manually draw wavetables.
Does Serum give you high CPU usage on your computer? You might not be using it efficiently. We take a look at how to optimize Serum for your productions.