Part 2: How to Reverse Engineer Presets Effectively
to Speed Up Your Learning Process
Last week, we gave you the 30 day Serum Sound Design Guide to help you tackle sound design.
If you missed it, you can still download it here.
If you read through it, you probably realized one of the best ways to level up in sound design is reverse engineering and recreating presets.
That’s why today, Tascione, one of our best sound designers, decided to dive into a HUGE sounding, yet simple preset that we recently created.
It’s actually a remake of the Jack U “Febreze” lead with our own twist to it.
Watch this video to understand exactly what’s making this preset sound so BIG.
Then, click the glowing button above to download the lead preset from the video for FREE so you can play with it for yourself.
The best part is, once you conquer reverse engineering presets like this one, you’ll just be one step closer to comprehending advanced sound design techniques like the ones in our new pack.
They’ve seriously changed the way I’ve gone about designing sounds, and I know they can do the same thing for you, which is why I’m probably more excited than I should be.
I’ll be continuing this sound design journey with you in the next few days, so stay tuned 🙂
P.S. If you still have any sound design questions or are wondering anything about our new pack, please COMMENT below.
This whole process is all about YOU learning sound design, so if you have any other questions after watching this tutorial, PLEASE do not hesitate to ask.
I also don’t want to leave you in the dark about our next pack, so feel free to ask about that as well.
I’ll be dedicating the next few days to going through all these comments and personally replying back to everyone.
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or anything else about sound design