Sunday, January 18, 2015

CFA-Sound Supersaw OSC V 0.17 - In search for the Supersaw…

CFA-Sound Supersaw OSC V 0.17

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 used 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 current result. It`s not final, and surely in some specific areas not 100% like original but very close based on the comparision to the real one and the specs.

CFA-Sound Supersaw OSC V 0.17

The current build version (v0.15) is pretty close to the original in the mix and detune behaviour but the pure waveform wth it`s own air-like touch isn`t exactly on that level as wanted, but with further updates it will come closer. So feel free to download the current version, it`s just the oscillator itself with a basic ADSR evenlope and output volume control. Feedback (specially to improve the quality and get it closer to the original) is highly welcome and appreciated – just write it as coment below. The plugin is WinOS 32-Bit only – but will work via JBrigde also in 64-Bit DAWs.

UPDATE v0.17 is online! Changelog: - improved waveform - improved aliasing behaviour - adjustments on the phase control - new ADSR envelope with shape control (falling, linear or raising slope) - reduced unwanted artefacts on overlapping notes - adjusted default values (strg + left mouse click on a controller sets them to default value)

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