Supersaw EDM is the third and last soundset in our EDM series, and with it we take a step backward to the root of all modern EDM genres: The Supersaw. Invented by Roland 1996, this waveform lays the foundation for genres such as trance, EDM, electro and all modern house variations. For this soundset we recorded supersaw waveforms from six different synthesizers: Virus TI, KingKorg, Roland System-1, Novation Ultranova (we actually recorded the ultra-rare MoroderNova for this project), plus two really nice supersaws from the Sonic Core Scope DSP modular environment: Flexor and Pi2525. As a seventh category we took six of our favourite samples and processed them further before tossing them back into Omnisphere again.
The soundset contains 150 new sounds that have been sorted into four main categories: arpeggios, bass sounds, leads/plucks and pads. Bass Arpeggios/Sequences: 15 Lead Arpeggios/Sequences: 30 Pads / Synth strings: 45 Bass sounds: 30 Plucks: 20 Leads/Poly synth: 10
As an extra bonus for all sound designers, we also included ready-to-use INIT patches for all new waveforms. This is a great way to quickly listen to the sonic differences between the supersaw waveforms.
INFO: Name: Supersaw EDM Requirements: Omnisphere 2. Number of sounds: 150 + 37 INIT patches. Format: Omnisphere 2 format. Style: EDM, Pop, House, Electro.