Saurus2 can emulate some of the top analog synthesizers with extreme authenticity. It covers all important aspects of the most famous and expensive analog synths, but without adopting the disadvantag... Click To Read More About This Product
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Saurus2 can emulate some of the top analog synthesizers with extreme authenticity. It covers all important aspects of the most famous and expensive analog synths, but without adopting the disadvantages. Saurus2 is very easy to use and comes with an interface that is very comfortable to navigate. It offers a larger sonic range, a more precise analog emulation and a very flexible synthesis engine. Saurus2 offers high-end sound quality, but without placing heavy demands on your CPU or budget.
No analog sound would be complete without a filter capable of sounding both lush when needed or screaming when over driven. Analog style filters are far from perfect, suffering from distortion, noise, phase shift and self-oscillation, but it is exactly these imperfections that gives them more character than their sterile sounding digital counterparts. Which is why Saurus comes with a filter section modeled after a variety of the most famous analog filters, with precisely modeled non-linearity and self-oscillation to make them sound every bit as full of character as its core sound. To top it all off the filter section also includes FM, feedback and an analog modeled distortion for that little extra grit.
Modulation & Effects
The modulation system is based around punchy envelopes, LFOs that can run at audio-rate and an extremely flexible modulation matrix. It features several exclusive new ways to take the sound sculpting even further. Tone2's unique modulation value modifiers for example can be used to filter or shape envelope and LFO waveforms. While the Voiceout source allows you to use the audio output of a voice to modulate any matrix destination like cutoff or unison spread to create chaos.
With these modulation options, an almost infinite number of sound shaping possibilities are now within your reach. To compliment its sound, Saurus also features various essential effects such as chorus, delay, reverb, tube amp and psychoacoustic processing.
Arpeggiator & Gate
Saurus' arpeggiator is one of a kind when it comes to features. A lot of thought went into creating an arpeggiator that doesn't just offer the basic note step functionality but takes the concept even further by adding features like custom patterns, chords, double, triple note, swing and per step velocity. This ensures your arpeggio sequence can be as simple or complicated as you want it to be.