Nick Chen of Splice has published a video in which he shows how you can make an entire track using only the Serum synthesizer instrument.

You can also download the presets and MIDI that Nick used in the video for free.

Xfer Records’ Serum is widely regarded as one of the most versatile software synths ever created.

To put its capabilities to the test, we challenged ourselves to try making a full track using nothing but Serum. In the video above, we go over how we constructed each preset and the role the resulting instrument plays in the overall track.

Get all of the presets and MIDI files from the video, in addition to the overall Ableton project file here. Note that when opened within a DAW, the MIDI regions may be preceded by a slot of silence depending on their location in the final track.

If you don’t own Serum yet, you can try it for free and Rent-to-Own the plugin for just $9.99 USD/month until you own it outright.

More information: Splice