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HY2ROGEN Tech House Flavored Serum

1223 0 Presets serum 08 08 2021
HY2ROGEN Tech House Flavored Serum
HY2ROGEN is back on preset duties for the infamous software synthesizer - Serum and whips outs another essential collection of must-have sounds titled - Tech House Flavored Serum. With 120 presets under it's belt, this new formation coming out of our underground laboratory has been infused with plenty of groovy basslines, LFOed and laser-like effects, essential chords & stabs, on the spot synths, tension creating reese bass synths, modular feel arps and sequences, real instruments and vocals as the icing on the cake.

Inspired by artists such as Fisher, CamelPhat, Mark Knight, Sebastien Leger, Claptone, Hot Since 82, Tube & Berger, Joris Voorn, Harry Romero and many others, this chunk of lock'n load ready sounds is perfect for multiple tasks included but not limited to tech house, progressive house, deep tech, classic house, deep house, future house and even dark and melodic techno.

In the interior you will find exactly 50 bass presets (ranging from subsonic thumps to glide-friendly sustained hummers), 5 arpeggiated and modulated synth sounds, 17 sound effects (lasers, downlifters, uplifters, sweeps, tension building risers), 4 real instruments (organ, cello, flute and brass), 6 pluck sounds (great progressive melody builders), 5 reese bass synths (create tension or simple inserts), 20 chords & stabs (specific to this genre and can't go wrong with them), 8 synths (main themes can be built with these bad boys) and finally 5 vocal presets to top it off.

This collection can act as a spark plug in the creative process when called upon and aid in sounding as close as possible to your favorite artists and even turn you into another producer's source of inspiration.

This collection requires Xfer Serum v.1333 or higher!

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