Urs wrote: ↑
Tue Apr 20, 2021 11:14 am
EvilDragon wrote: ↑
Tue Apr 20, 2021 9:05 am
What a load of bull.
Diva's supersaw is matching the OG pretty darn well.
Maybe he's accidentally using the "high quality" mode in Diva's digital osc which removes the aliasing? We added that in case our users were too baffled of the digital artefacts in a synth that's otherwise taking a lot of pride in sounding "not digital".
I was definitely not using the HQ mode that's off by default. I tested the Multisaw in Diva both using the JP-8000 SuperSaw preset, and starting from the init patch, opening the filter, and soloing the first oscillator.
I'm not competing directly with either the Virus TI HyperSaw or the u-he Diva Multisaw, since we offer an oscillator plugin for KORG synthesizers, while they're included in complete synthesizer voices, and this claim means no disrespect as I am myself a client and user of u-he plugins, as a producer, and I think they're great.
However I felt confident about this claim based on feedback and comparison of the sound and parameter behavior of the existing emulations I had access to. This comes from our clients:
"I have an Access Virus TI2 with its well-known 'Hypersaw' oscillator, and I have to say that the JP-BOOO treads all over it”
“just wanted to thank you for your attention to detail in replicating the SuperSaw. yours is better than the System-1 or System-8 versions to my ears.”
As to the Multisaw, I think it comes quite close, yet even with HQ off there are audible differences. After all it's not a JP-8000 emulation plugin, while I on the other hand was very much focused on strictly emulating the Super Saw, its bright raw character and its peculiarities.
Since I've been accused of lying (after just my 7th post on this forum!), I just uploaded a test bench (mix at about half and a detune ramp from min to max), which makes it easy to switch between the JP-8080, JP-BOOO and Diva, for everyone to make their own judgement.
In the very start the Multisaw remains static (the Super Saw always has a little dephasing even at zero detune) and in the second half it has an audibly warmer and noisier sound.
https://soundcloud.com/edouard-digital/ ... test-bench