7. Mak­ing a stacked su­per­saw synth

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1 VPS Avenger fea­tures two op­tions for gen­er­at­ing uni­son voices: the semi­au­to­matic V-Saw, and the more de­tailed (but less ex­pan­sive) Voic­ing tab. Let’s make use both in this tab. Load the Saw and Square pre­set from Tu­to­rial Files and mute Os­cil­la­tor 2 (called Stack). 2 Voices and Oc­taves in the V-Saw tab con­trol the num­ber of uni­son voices to be gen­er­ated and the num­ber of oc­taves they’ll cover – raise them to 7 and 3. Now raise the De­tune and Mix fader to de­tune and level the six uni­son voices, and ad­just the Pan to spread them from left to right. 3 Un­mute Os­cil­la­tor 2 and head to its Voic­ing tab. Here you can build up chords by defin­ing four in­ter­vals, or dial in four voices of more con­trol­lable uni­son de­tune than the V-Saw of­fers us­ing the Tune, Pan and Vol­ume knobs. Add sub bass to taste with Sub Osc Vol­ume.

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