Join Rick Schmunk for an in-depth discussion in this video Advanced Unison settings, part of Learning Serum.
- [Instructor] As we've already seen, Serum's unison feature…allows you to quickly create full, rich sounds.…There are several additional unison parameters…tucked out of sight on the Global tab.…So let's take a closer look.…So let's start by initializing Serum…and let's set up a little bit of a unison type sound.…So let's go with just three voices,…and pull the D tuning back.…And let's pull the level back just a little bit.…So we've got this.…(electronic chords playing)…Now if we go to to the Global tab,…under the Unison area we have several additional parameters.…
So first of all, the range parameter…lets us set the D tune range,…and this is set in half-steps or semi-tones,…up to a total of four octaves.…Now, the default two steps or a whole step…is really great for the D tuning effects…that we've done so far.…But there are other things that we can do.…For example, if I set this to seven steps or a fifth…and we go back to the oscillator here,…and I take the D tune amount and I push it all the way up.…
The two additional voices are going to be a fifth above…
- Wavetable warping
- Oscillator tuning
- Shaping sound
- Assigning and adjusting LFOs
- Advanced filter presets
- Adding effects
- Creating and editing sounds
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2. Shaping Sound
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