Xfer Serum 1.3

  1. Serum 1.33b
  2. Xfer Serum 1.30

Xfer Serum VST Latest Full Version (1.3.0.b9) 2020. Serum memiliki editor Wavetable yang terpasang langsung di dalamnya - Anda dapat membuat wavetable Anda sendiri dengan berbagai cara. Impor audio langsung dari file audio - Serum memiliki berbagai metode dan opsi untuk menganalisis audio untuk memecahnya menjadi bentuk gelombang individual. Serum will let you stack a single oscillator to use up to 16 voices. Each of the wavetable oscillators have a number of unison advanced parameters. Stack settings allow for note (e.g. Octave) layering to get a fuller sound for a single note-press. Set the unison voices to all have their unique waveform at once with the Unison WT Pos setting,.

Serum 1.33b


Xfer Serum 1.30

Xfer Records – Serum 1.33b4 VSTi, AAX, Standalone, x86 x64 Win. Serum is a wavetable synthesizer with a high quality sound, visual and creative interface, with a built-in wavetable editor for creating your own unique wavetable setups. Plugins are also unlocked! To use them, you need a jailbroken AAX host like Pro Tools HD 12.5 from AudioUTOPiA!

Playback of wavetables requires digital resampling to play different frequencies. Without considerable care and a whole lot of number crunching, this process will create audible artifacts. Artifacts mean that you are (perhaps unknowingly) crowding your mix with unwanted tones / frequencies. Many popular wavetable synthesizers are astonishingly bad at suppressing artifacts - even on a high-quality setting some create artifacts as high as -36 dB to -60 dB (level difference between fundamental on artifacts) which is well audible, and furthermore often dampening the highest wanted audible frequencies in the process, to try and suppress this unwanted sound. In Serum, the native-mode (default) playback of oscillators operates with an ultra high-precision resampling, yielding an astonishingly inaudible signal-to-noise (for instance, -150 dB on a sawtooth played at 1 Khz at 44100)! This requires a lot of calculations, so Serum’s oscillator playback has been aggressively optimized using SSE2 instructions to allow for this high-quality playback without taxing your CPU any more than the typical (decent quality) soft synth already does. Load up Serum and we think you’ll be able to notice both what you hear (solid high frequencies, extending flat all the way up to the limits of hearing) as well as what you don’t hear (no unwanted mud or aliasing gibberish- just good, clean sound).