To celebrate one year of the free monthly preset club Synth Vault, Tom Wolfe has released a collaboration with legendary sound designer Francis Preve, as well as launching a brand new feature for members – the Synth Vault Community.
The Synth Vault is a free monthly preset club, with 20 brand new presets available to download for free every month. Users of Arturia Pigments, Spectrasonics Omnisphere, U-he synths and more can enhance their sonic palette each and every month – and all without spending a cent.
Preve x Wolfe – a pack of free presets for Serum
To kickstart the celebrations, Tom Wolfe collaborated with legendary sound designer Francis Preve on a unique, free preset pack. Featuring 10 presets for Xfer’s Serum, this soundbank is available to download exclusively from the Synth Vault until July 31st. The presets include a serene digital pad, a robotic lead synth, a powerful bass synth and more.
“Working with Francis has been an incredible experience. To collaborate with someone who has such a vast range of experience, and with such a different musical background, has been a valuable opportunity to learn and push the boundaries. The presets we’ve made represent something truly unique that could only be created when two worlds collide.” – Tom Wolfe
“I’ve wanted to collaborate with Tom Wolfe for some time now. His approach to cinematic sounds seems like a perfect complement to my own design aesthetics and this pack represents our blend of skills. I’m delighted with the way this collection turned out and am hoping our Serum fans agree.” – Francis Preve
A brand new community for members
This month also sees the launch of the brand new Synth Vault Community. After reaching out to the Synth Vault members to ask what features they’d like to be introduced, an overwhelming number of users responded requesting a community where members could chat.
The Synth Vault Community is available exclusively to members, and aims to provide a safe place for users of all skill and experience levels to discuss synthesis, sound design and music production, and share tips and tricks with others. The community is now live, and can be accessed via the Members Area.
More information: Tom Wolfe