Xfer Records Serum Full FX v1.30b9 With Crack

Xfer Records Serum Full FX v1.30b9 With Crack

The dream synthesizer did not seem to exist: a wavetable synthesizer with a genuinely high-quality sound, visual and innovative workflow-oriented interface to make it enjoyable rather than boring to build and modify sounds, and the freedom to go deep” as needed – create / import / edit / morph wavetables, and control them in real-time on playback.


Serum has a correctly designed Wavetable editor-You can build your own wavetables in a number of ways. Serum provides a number of tools and options for analysing audio to break it apart into individual waveforms. Download audio directly from audio archives. Of necessity, you can import single-cycle wavetables, as well as many at once (with in-built sorting options, or manual re-ordering). Morph using normal linear interpolation (crossfading) or by harmonic/spectral morphing between multiple wavetables. Draw on the waveform directly, with optional grid-size snapping and a range of tools for shape. Using FFT, generate or change waveforms (additive). Using formula functions, create or process waveforms. Processing menu options allow you to perform other functions, such as adding fades, crossfades, normalising, exporting, and much more.


Wavetable playback involves optical resampling to play at varying frequencies. This method can produce audible objects without great attention and a whole lot of number crunching. Objects mean that you are crowding your mix with undesirable tones / frequencies (perhaps unknowingly). Many common wavetable synthesisers are remarkably bad at suppressing artefacts – some generate artefacts as high as -36 dB to -60 dB (level difference between fundamental on artefacts) even in a high-quality setting, which is well audible, and also often dampen the highest desirable audible frequencies in the process, in order to try to suppress this unwanted signal.In Serum, oscillator native-mode (default) playback works with ultra-high-precision resampling, producing an incredibly inaudible signal-to-noise (for say, -150 dB on a sawtooth played at 44100 at 1 Khz)! This needs a lot of calculations, so the oscillator playback of Serum has been actively optimized using SSE2 instructions to allow this high-quality playback without taxing your Processor more than the standard soft synth already does (decent quality). Load up Serum and we think that both what you hear (solid high frequencies, stretching flat all the way up to the listening limits) and what you don’t hear should be heard (no unwanted mud or aliasing gibberish- just good, clean sound).


The modulation scheme facilitates drag-and-drop links between mod sources and destinations. Would you like an LFO that regulates a cutoff philtre? Only drag the title of the LFO onto the cutoff knob. In the Mod Matrix, this LFO->Filter relation will now also appear. In other words, to build and change the modulations, you have two opinions/approaches: sometimes a list is good, other times you just want the job done quickly and comfortably.


In addition to passing through a series of wavetables (up to 256 make up a single oscillator), the waveform itself can be modified in a separate real-time mechanism called Warp. This makes FM/AM/RM/Oscillator Sync and many other ways to change the waveform, including “Remap” modes-a graphic editor for drawing your own custom table manipulations.


Serum contains all philtre types found in LFOTool, in addition to several brand-new philtre types. Flangers, Phasers, and Comb philtres all of which can be key-tracked to the musical note you perform. Dual philtre types allow you to monitor or morph between philtre types. Get inventive with atypical philtre methods, such as downsampling, or special philtre forms that have not been seen anywhere before, such as the dirty-sounding French LPF.


An Effects rack with 10 Effect Modules lets you get the sound all the way to the finish line within Serum. Effects can be re-ordered to whatever setup that you choose. Virtually all parameters of the effect are also available as modulation destinations. This is particularly useful for monophonic synth sounds. For eg, use the LFO to control the reverb size or the dry/wet or the velocity to control the amount of distortion. Many of these effects and modes have been designed only for Serum, but there are many special effects to select from such as Super, which simulates (additional) unison numbers, or a dual-waveshaper, which allows you to alter between two different wave forms.


To use up to 16 voices, Serum will let you stack a single oscillator. Every wavetable oscillator has a number of advanced unison parameters. Stack settings allow note (e.g. octave) layering to get a fuller sound with a single note-press. Set the unison voices to all get their unique waveform at once with the Unison WT Pos configuration, or skew them all in a different direction with the unison Warp power. A number of unison tuning modes per oscillator let you bloom or swarm the stack sound you like.


Serum comes with over 450 presets, 144 wavetables.
Available as VST, AU, AAX both 32 and 64bit.

System Requirements:

  • [OS]: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
  • [RAM]: 1 GB of RAM required.
  • [HDD]: 1 GB of free space required.
  • [CPU]: Intel Dual Core processor or later.
  • CPU with SSE2
  • Windows 7 SP1, or Mac OS X 10.6 or greater
  • VST2.4 , AU or AAX compatible host software.

Software Information:

Year / Date of Issue: 23.1.2020
Version : 1.2.8.b6
Developer: Xfer Records
Developer’s site: Xfer Records
Format: VSTi
Bit : 32bit, 64bit
Tabletka : Serial number
System Requirements: Windows 7 SP1 or greater


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