5. Realistic shaker loop using Serum’s Noise oscillator
1 Turn on the Noise oscillator and select the S-Sound setting. Modulate the Level using a custom LFO to produce a shaking rhythm, setting the LFO mode to Trig so notes restart the modulation. Use a complex Chaos 2 LFO to modulate the Noise Level further and add randomness.
2 Activate Osc B, choose HarmonicSeries as the waveform, and apply rhythmic Level modulation. A saw-shaped second LFO is then used to modulate the Pan of Osc B, adding stereo width. Subtle Drive and Fattening is then applied via a High 12 filter.
3 Effects are then added to the patch: Dimension, stereo Delay and Reverb all add further interest and stereo width, and an EQ tames unwanted lows and highs. Finally, all four Macro controls are assigned to Osc and FX parameters, providing tonal modification on the fly.