Serum in Depth #13 – Easy Single Cycle Waveforms

Serum in Depth #13 - Easy Single Cycle Waveforms

Serum in Depth is a series focused on more advanced sound design and synthesis theory for Xfer Records new Wavetable Synthesizer – Serum. Serum in Depth #13 …

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3 Comments

  1. Asspain -_- says:

    why not use the serum as the waveshaper? :)

  2. Dorian Day says:

    +Stephen Andrichuk hey, good question, I e-mailed Steve from Xfer records
    to find out because I don’t have an answer, I’ll let you know when I do.

  3. Stephen Andrichuk says:

    I don’t have a digital scope to look at the waves, but the sine wave from
    the sub and the sine wave from basic shapes sound the same and create the
    same harmonics, so im just wondering why you produce a different sound when
    using a sine wave in all oscillators when you use FM from Sub compared to
    FM from B.