The web is full of Serum tutorials; some are very useful and can really up your music productions and/or sound design, but unfortunately not all Serum tutorials out there are great. That’s why Typhonic Samples has compiled a list of the best Serum tutorial videos on the internet!
* We will update this list so it can be handy to bookmark this page for future access!
– 3 Techniques For Better Trap Sounds
This tutorial by ZenWorld gives you 3 techniques for creating trap sounds with Serum. It does not show you how to make 1 presets like most tutorials in this list, but 3 neat tricks which, in my opinion, you can use for any kind of genre. These techniques are fairly easy to use and understand, but knowledge of Serum comes in handy to use these in the right way.
Click here for: 3 Techniques For Better Trap Sounds. | Level: Intermediate
– Serum Tutorial – Squelchy Trap Synth Lead (OWSLA / Getter / Snails)
SynthHacker shows you how to make a Getter/Snails like sound. He takes you step by step through the process and gives some great tips. It’s a beginner tutorial, but if you’re already familiar with these kind of presets in Serum; you can definitely step up your game with this tutorial.
Click here for: Serum Tutorial – Squelchy Trap Synth Lead (OWSLA / Getter / Snails). | Level: Beginner
– How to Make Wavetables with FM Synthesis
This is a tutorial on how to make a wavetable using a FM synth. Art FX also uses some of Serum’s warp modes to fully customize the wavetable. He shows a couple interesting techniques which can be used in various ways.
Click here for: How to Make Wavetables with FM Synthesis. | Level: Intermediate
– Serum in Depth #2 – Warp Modes in Depth
An in depth tutorial on the warp modes of Serum. It’s a bit long, but Dorian Day takes the time to explain everything. I like that he has the Serum Manual for additional information and a waveform/spectrum analyser so you can see the waveforms change when he applies the different warp modes.
Click here for: Serum in Depth #2 – Warp Modes in Depth. | Level: Intermediate/Advanced
– Serum Tutorials with Steve Duda
New to Serum? In this series of 12 episodes Steve Duda, the creator of Serum, takes you on a in depth tour through Serum. Every element gets explained. After watching these episodes you’re definitely ready to start making your own presets!
Click here for: Serum Tutorials with Steve Duda. | Level: Beginner
– Serum Tutorial – Flume ‘Holdin On’ Style Keys (Chillout/Electronica)
A Serum tutorial for creating chillout/electronic keys, based on the track Flume – Holdin On. Very easy to follow and a great tutorial for beginners.
Click here for: Serum Tutorial – Flume ‘ Holding On’ Style Keys (Chillout/Electronica). | Level: Beginner
– Serum Tutorial – KSHMR & Tiesto Secrets Synth Lead
A great Serum tutorial for creating an EDM/Big Room synth lead, based on the track KSHMR & Tiësto – Secrets. This tutorial is perfect for when you already know the basics of Serum.
Click here for: Serum Tutorial – KSHMR & Tiesto Secrets Synth Lead. | Level: Intermediate
– Serum Tutorial – FM Comb Filter Screech
This is not the best tutorial of this list, but it shows how to make a screech sound in Serum. Take a good look at how he uses LFO 2 to get that screech effect.
Click here for: Serum Tutorial – FM Comb Filter Screech. | Level: Beginner/Intermediate
– Serum – Make Better Growls in 10 Minutes
Want to make a growl sound? Check out this tutorial by ADSR and you will get your own growl within minutes!
Click here for: Serum – Make Better Growls in 10 Minutes. | Level: Beginner/Intermediate
– Serum Tutorial – Envelope Modulation Pitch Trick
Another awesome Serum tutorial by ADSR. This time showing you how to make your sound stick out of the mix by creating a snappy attack.
Click here for: Serum Tutorial – Envelope Modulation Pitch Trick. | Level: Intermediate
– Drum N Bass Patch Tutorial | FEED ME / SPOR | Razer Music
Only the first half of this tutorial is about Serum, the second half contains other effects and plugins which will shape the sound even more. It however shows – in a clear way – what you need to create a nice drum ‘n bass sound and in my opinion it’s very interesting and educational.
Click here for: Drum N Bass Patch Tutorial Razer Music. | Level: Intermediate/Advanced
– Serum Pro Tips: Internal Resampling & Render Tutorial
To be honest, this video could have been a bit shorter. However, since it’s a bit long, it’s easy to follow. The information given to you by DJ Vespers is solid. He shows you a couple of ways to create your own wavetables within Serum!
Click here for: Serum Pro Tips: Internal Resampling & Render Tutorial. | Level: Beginner/Intermediate