Join Rick Schmunk for an in-depth discussion in this video Preset #2: Saw wobble bass, part of Learning Serum.
- [Instructor] I was recently inspired by a bass sound…that I heard on a recording that was sustained…for parts of the song.…In another parts, modulation was added…to create a rhythmic wobble type effect.…Creating a similar sound helps develop familiarity…with how Serum's parameters, envelopes, and LFO's work.…So, let's take a look…at how Serum can be used to recreate the sound.…So, let's start by going into our presets…and into the User folder…and into the Learning Serum Presets,…and let's choose this 4_02 Saw Wobble Bass Start.…
If you want to just pull up the finished version of this,…you can pull up just Saw Wobble Bass and follow along.…So I've prepared most of this sound…so that we can talk about it,…and let's go through it an add the rest.…So, Oscillator A is just using…the default saw tooth wave shape,…and we've added just a little bit…of detuning to five units and voices.…I'll also point out that I've pulled down…the random setting to 0%…so that we get a consistent attack,…but if you want to experiment with that to add…
- 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
3. Global Settings
4. Creating and Editing Sounds
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