Everyone who produces electronic music knows the infamous Supersaw of the Roland JP8000/8080, and even it’s a relatively old synthesizer this specific waveform or better sayed oscillator mode is still heavy in use and wanted. Also for myself, but more in terms of discovering how it works and how to emulate it. During the last year, i worked on a small emulation of it as little side project for fun & learning primary, and well here it is, the final result. Surely in some specific areas not 100% like original but very close based on the comparision to the real one and the specs. All packed into a slim synthesizer shell with an easy-to-use interface, decent on CPU usage and most of all – it’s for free.
- polyphonic virtual-analog modelled synthesizer.
- 32 voices polyphony.
- one emulated supersaw oscillator.
- 4-pole lowpass filter.
- shape-able envelopes.
- 20 presets included.