By: Erich Pfister
26 Sep 04:47
@strovoknights Hey thanks for posting that! Anacreon uses a special panning algorithm designed to make any supersaw sound as wide as possible.
@all I would say that you should get as many different supersaw VSTs as possible. Every synthesizer or VST is going to have a slightly different sound. I particularly like synth1 for muffled lo-fi supersaws, superwaveP8, Sylenth, z3ta+ is tricky but sounds pretty good, and honestly Ableton’s built in Analog synth is awesome if you get a rack of multiple …
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