HcDoom wrote:You guys got pretty angry with my remark, so, other people cant have opinion if they dont like something? I was speaking for myself, I dont like it, if you do, great for you. I wanted to sell my Serum, but cant since I bought it 2nd, too bad, waste of money...
Actually I think it's the sweeping generalisation, claiming only vst cracking kiddies use and enjoy Serum, which has rustled a few feathers here. If you don't like the sound of Serum, that's fair enough, that is your opinion, but to say that it is unusable (you didn't specify that it was specifically unusable to you, so it's fair to assume that you meant it in the general sense) or that it's not widely used and appreciated by a wide range of music makers of different abilities, is patently false.
I appreciate that this is also an opinion that you are entitled to have, but there are such things as good opinions and bad opinions, if you post bad opinions on the Internet, people will respond to them appropriately.
Seeing as we're here to discuss Serum, I'll have my 2c and say that it's one of my favourite vst synths. It's very digital and can be quite harsh, but when you want to make nasty, digital sounds with lots of movement, quickly and easily, it's hard to beat it, in my opinion. If I want warmer/smoother sounds then I will turn to something else, that is better to suited to the task.