Inject your tracks with Serum... one of the coolest wavetable synths out there! See how this slick synth will immunize your tracks against those sickly, boring, sonic contagions that everybody else is using! "Doctor" Rishabh Rajan is here to inoculate you!
Serum is contagious (in a good way) and in this course you see how this soft-synth is designed to get you creating amazing sounds in its wild, wavetable world.
First off, Rishabh explains the anatomy of Serum's unusual and appealing GUI. It is in this section that you get acquainted with the functions behind all those buttons and tabs. You also learn how to interpret those cool, green waveform displays as you begin to construct your own library of sonic mutations.
Then, Rishabh explains all the controls and Serum's vast galaxy of powerful effects. From there you're learning the features in the Matrix and Global where all kinds of routings and other global features shape your final concoction.
So join Rishabh Rajan as he injects your musical soul with the wavetable synthesis capabilities of Serum!
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Guven Oguz wrote on January 17, 2021
A very well designed introduction to Serum. This is the first time I enrolled in a course by Mr. Rajan and I am very satisfied. Each section properly explains it's topic with good hands-on examples. The synth has regularly been updated since its release and the course focuses on the initial version, but this is not a problem.
I will surely be following other synth stuff by Rishabh Rajan, definitely recommended!
Philip Flood wrote on October 12, 2020
This is a very good introduction to Serum. It's a great walk through and demonstration of the controls and features. It made me feel like I would have the ability to tweak and build patches, which looked rather overwhelming before taking the course. The only drawback is that the course was made using the first version of Serum and has not been updated. So, there are options in the current version which were not discussed in the course. Still, if you are new to Serum, as I was, I highly recommend this as an initial tutorial. The pace is good. The button pressing and tweaking does not go so fast that it is hard to follow. Now and then, I had to pause to keep up, but overall, I felt the pace was very good.
Jeremie wrote on October 6, 2017
I'm a synth beginner and this course was very easy to follow. Each video is concise and yet after completing the course, I feel like I know Serum inside out. Top rating for sure!
Bob wrote on September 24, 2017
Rishabh does a terrific job going thru all the feature of Serum. I can finally grok this popular and powerful synth. Thanks!
Luke wrote on July 4, 2017
Really good even tho basic overview of all the serum's features. Recommended to everyone new to serum.
edh133 wrote on October 26, 2016
Instructor was knowledgeable and this is the best course Iâ€™ve seen so far. Looking forward to finding more videos from this instructor.
Michael wrote on September 19, 2016
Another homerun by Rishabh. This man is a rare combination of genius and educational ability. Having taken his courses on Sylenth1 and Massive 306, as well as many similar courses by different instructors, I can honestly say that Rishabh provides the most thorough and comprehensive description of synth concepts (Wavetable, Additive, Subtractive, FM, or otherwise) and how they relate to specific instruments. Thank you Mr. Rajan!
indikilla wrote on June 16, 2016
great review. overview was clear cut and it was great on hyper learn for anyone already familiar with Massive
FadedShadows wrote on March 30, 2015
Another excellent tutorial by Rishabh Rajan! I just love his style and voice... You can tell he as true hero of the synth world :-) I will be looking for his stuff, every time new synths or updates are released. I just love how he breaks down all of the complex stages of the serum synth and covers all the basic operations and details of this very advanced synthesizer!
AJ wrote on January 30, 2015
Fantastic Course on the layout and features of this beast of a synth. A follow up course on Sound Design with Serum would be great also :)