sound design

  1. xiris

    What Software Synths Are You Using?

    I'm gonna put out the 2 main ones; Serum: Is there anyone out there who DOESN'T use Serum these days? Its wickedly versatile, relatively sane on CPU power and having the ability to draw in your own wave tables makes it hands down my favorite synth. Massive: The pre-serum standard, it now...
  2. steve8

    Multi Genre Over 1GB of free samples and sound effects at Bluezone Corporation

    These samples are royalty-free and can be used in television and radio broadcasts, film or video productions, video games, web promos, music tracks, commercial audio and/or visual productions. You can download the free sample pack at Bluezone Corporation (on the main page, scroll to bottom...
  3. Prime Suspect

    Very useful content for music producers, audio and autistic engineers, and DJs.

    Hello to DnB producers, audio and acoustic engineers, DJs, and musicians. Today I would like to tell you about a wonderful project, in which I was honored to take part. Sorry for self-promotion but I guess it can be useful. It is a book, written by a team of professional music producers, sound...
  4. H

    Origin unknown bass design

    Looking to make some bass that has that night flight/quest wobbly sound... any tips to point me in the right direction? It isn't a complex patch given the era it was produced, but it is distinctive and unique. I use serum and massive, tried using wave table oscillation and mods but can't get any...
  5. RobJ

    ASL Soundlab Surge Vol.2 - Neuro Soundset for Xfer Records Serum

    Hey guys, I'm pleased to announce my latest soundset, Surge Vol.2 for Xfer Records Serum. The soundset features 80 sounds suitably crafted toward any heavy weighted neuro tinged bass music. The sounds are split into the following categories: 25 Manual Basses. 25 Modulated Basses. 15 One...
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