Month: September 2015

Sine wave oscillator

The Sub 37 offers the fantastic variable waveshape oscillators, giving you triangle, sawtooth, rectangle and pulse waveshapes, as well as everything in between.

However, the oscillators don’t offer a simple sine wave. In deed, a sine wave features no harmonic content except for the fundamental note, so it does not make much sense in subtractive synthesis. Still, it does have a very soft and pleasant character that I personally really like. Here’s a way to create a sine on the Sub 37.

Waldorf 2-Pole Analog Filter

If you’re looking for something to beef up your Sub 37 even more, this is my recommendation: The Waldorf 2-Pole analog filter.