SERAPHIM | Blueprint

Organic and industrial resonances

SERAPHIM Blueprint is a very special instrument, combining wavetables, filter networks and resonators. 

Coppery woods, stringy leads, shimmering pads

While the first SERAPHIM had 4 duophonic generators, SERAPHIM Blueprint has just one, but with a large number of modulation sources. With Blueprint, the vast majority of parameters can be modulated, thanks to the presence of 2 LFOs and 6 envelopes. 

SERAPHIM Blueprint has two modes: Atonal & Chromatic.

In Atonal mode, the resonators add a very distinctive depth to the sound. In Chromatic mode, you can choose the reference note for your chord grid and highlight it with greater precision.

Seraphim Blueprint: how does it works

In this video, we take a closer look at the controls in the Seraphim Blueprint interface. You'll see that there's no reason to be intimidated: in fact, it's pretty straightforward. 

Seraphim Blueprint: why you should use automations

In this video, we see what Seraphim Blueprint can produce when certain parameters are automated via a host sequencer. The first half of the video allows you to see and hear the initial sequence and the recorded automations. In the second half, we modify a few parameters (essentially the type of resonator and the wavetable playback mode). 

While Seraphim Blueprint is natively capable of producing a variety of interesting sounds, driving it with automations opens up new perspectives. And that's why you should really take an interest in this approach. 

Discover Seraphim|Blueprint in video

How is it made?

SERAPHIM Blueprint is an evolution, based on feedback from users of the original version, developed as a prototype for the hardware version of the instrument. The instrument is easier to approach, while benefiting from more powerful modulations. It is now fully polyphonic, and is well beyond the 'drone factory' trend. 

SERAPHIM Blueprint is an ever-growing collection of 14 instruments (7 Atonal + 7Chromatic), each with 5 basic presets to give you the lead you need to easily create your own sounds.

Funding the hardware Seraphim?

SERAPHIM Blueprint is also different in its commercial approach, offering an unusual instrument at a friendly price. What's more, when you buy SERAPHIM or Blueprint for Kontakt (full version), you're making a financial contribution to the development of the hardware version. It's a win-win situation. 

Paid users can contact us to suggest improvements, additional functions or simply to give their opinion.
Seraphim for Kontakt offers a rare opportunity to participate in the creation of a new physical instrument. Thank you for supporting us! 

Minimum system requirements

SERAPHIM Blueprint is an instrument for Kontakt, the full version is a must.

You can use SERAPHIM Blueprint from Kontakt version 6.7.
In addition to the official recommendations of Native Instruments, we have determined that SERAPHIM Blueprint feels most comfortable with a 7th generation Intel i5 processor, 8 GB of RAM (16 recommended) and a screen with a minimum resolution of 1920x1080.