Free Serum Alternatives
Vital is a spectral warping wavetable synthesizer with drag'n'drop modulation workflow and animated preview of the synth's inner workings where needed. Comes with many modulation sources (including audio-rate), MPE support and FX chain.
- - Vital is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to Serum.
- - Vital is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Serum.
Comments about Vital as a Alternative to Serum
Ui, sound posibilities, effects, just everything really3
3 oscillators (2 in serum wasn't enough for me personally), free version contains full functionality, tons of tutorials in YouTube0
Surge is an open source digital synthesizer originally written and sold as a commercial product by @kurasu (Claes Johanson) at Vember Audio. The synth uses subtractive hybrid synthesis and each patch contains two 'scenes' which are separate instances of the entire...
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Dexed is an FM-type softsynth developed by Pascal Gauthier of Digital Suburban. It is an ideal application for importing, playing and editing/managing sysex patches from both the classic Yamaha DX7 synthesizer and the TX7.
- - Dexed is the most popular iPhone & iPad alternative to Serum.
Helm is a free, cross-platform, polyphonic synthesizer with a powerful modulation system. Helm runs on GNU/Linux, Mac, and Windows as a standalone program or LV2/VST/VST3/AU plugin.
ZynAddSubFX is a fully featured open source software synthesizer capable of making a countless number of instruments, from some common heard from expensive hardware to interesting sounds that you'll boost to an amazing universe of sounds.
Comments about ZynAddSubFX as a Alternative to Serum
It has so many options and you can make your creativity fly even if you are not a pro at producing0
Odin 2, the successor of Odin 1, is a gratis, open-source, cross-platform, semi-modular subtractive-style software synthesizer. It covers about every type of synthesis out there.
A virtual analog synthesizer, Tunefish v4 was developed as a smaller replacement of Tunefish v3 with roughly the same power - some might argue it's even more powerful. It was also ported over to Linux and MacOS and was given a new polished UI.
Tunefish 4 Features