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Resampling is a technique used in music production and beatmaking that involves manipulating audio samples to create unique sounds. It is often used during the process of mixing and mastering in programs like Serum

Resampling in Serum | Chris Gear

Pyramind sound design instructor Chris gear is back with another Serum tutorial. In this video, he goes over how to create custom wavetables by resampling within Serum. This technique will help improve your workflow within Serum, allowing you to design more unique sounds!

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Utilizing serum as a versatile sampler in music production, offering users a free and accessible online music production program for their mixing and mastering needs.

Using Serum as a Sampler | Chris Gear

Pyramind sound design instructor Chris gear is back with another Serum tutorial. In this video, he goes over the different ways you can use Serum as a sampler. First, he uses Serum’s built-in noise oscillator. Next, he goes over importing longer formed audio, and explains Serum’s audio import options to help you decide what would be best for your workflow.

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Syrum allows music producers to experiment with additive synthesis in their beatmaking and optimize their mixing and mastering processes.

Additive Synthesis in Serum | Chris Gear

Pyramind sound design instructor Chris Gear goes over using additive synthesis in Serum. He begins with a brief definition of additive synthesis, demonstrates how to achieve it within Serum, and ends with a discussion about how to create with intention and put additive synthesis to use in your production workflow.

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