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Old Posted: 12/4/2015 10:49:31 AM   #1
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Old Posted: 1/15/2018 9:10:54 AM   #2
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Xfer Serum 1.2.0b5 Cracked Total Version for Mac OS X + Windows

Serum Crack features a Wavetable editor crafted appropriate in you could develop your very own wavetables in many different techniques. Import audio straight from audio information plus much more.

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Serum is the to start with synthesizer from Xfer Records, creators of the enduringly beneficial LFO Device. Its aims are straightforward: to become a ‘dream synth’, which in this instance interprets to a wavetable synthesizer manufacturing high-quality seem from the ‘workflow-oriented’ interface.

Wavetables ended up initially formulated by Wolfgang Palm of PPG, the concept afterwards taken up by Waldorf and Obtain (amongst other individuals). The unique audio is derived from groups of electronic waveforms, regarded collectively as wavetables. Motion and tonal complexity are released by scanning the table, both manually or by modulators such as LFOs and envelopes. Most likely due to probable for complexity, it’s a synthesis style well-suited towards the graphical world of VST-land, for this reason the numerous examples that exist, trumping the more mature hardware in fidelity and in the number of wavetables.

Offered in VST, AAX and AU formats (each 32- and 64-bit), Serum is far deeper than its unencumbered panel implies. It ships using a large vault of geared up wavetables and an extensive toolkit to roll and shape your individual. As desires go, it is a superb start…

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After a brief and pain-free installation, you’re presented with an interface of unparalleled directness and welcoming clarity. Given the quantity of messy, confusing and inconsistent synth panels I find myself juggling each day, this one is a delight. I couldn’t even find fault with the grey background as it perfectly highlights the subtly coloured wavetables, filters, envelopes and LFOs. I doubt anyone will seek the manual with any great urgency.

Aided by a crack team of patch designers, Serum ships with approximately 450 factory sounds. A quick perusal reveals a wealth of sweet pads and bright, fuzzy strings, as you’d probably expect. Equally impressive, though, are the hard, deep and cutting basses, plus far more snappy ‘plucks’ than a harpist on speed. Strolling through the collection, you’re left with an impression of shimmering uppers and rock-solid bottoms, peppered with razor-sharp leads. I did find it odd that the obvious capacity for atmospherics and cinematic audio design wasn’t more fully explored, whilst simultaneously relishing doing so myself.

Tables In Motion

The four possible audio sources consist of two independent wavetable oscillators, a sub-oscillator and a deluxe noise generator. It’s an architecture as familiar as it is logical, which means there’s nothing to stop you plunging in right away.

Selecting a single oscillator unprocessed by filter or effects, I began auditioning the factory wavetables. They’re selected from categories such as Analog, Electronic, Spectral, User and Vowel, and while the names give a fantastic idea what to expect, it is the pervasive clarity that hits you. With over 140 tables to choose from, I could have happily spent days selecting wavetables and manually hurtling through them using the ‘WT Pos’ knob. Instead, I set an LFO to automatically update the position, achieving the task by simply dragging the header tile of a chosen LFO on the knob in question. This is one of several methods of assigning modulation and took around a second from thought to execution. The modulation range is shown by a blue arc, which in this case I extended around the knob in order to scan the whole desk. You'll be able to see how lots of destinations each modulator has by numbers on the header tiles.

Visual treats

The whole Serum interface is alive with animated visualisations that make it easy to see what’s modulating what - from dots that move on envelopes as they’re triggered, to oscillator waveforms that twist and warp as they evolve.


Serum comes with over 450 presets, 144 wavetables.

Readily available as VST, AU, AAX both of those 32 and 64bit.

System Requirements:

CPU with SSE2

Windows 7 SP1, or Mac OS X 10.6 or greater

VST2.4 , AU or AAX compatible host software.
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Old Posted: 1/17/2018 4:08:29 AM   #3
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