This “very basic” polyphonic (24 voice) additive synth “with a slight oldschool 90’s visual touch” is a personal project.
It produces sounds based on mostly naive waveforms using standard toolbox FlowStone oscillators. In different combinations and configurations. No analog emulation, no special unison, no stereo FX, no delays nor reverb built in. Just pure harsh-digital-mono mayhem. In other words… no special internal workings. Well, except for FlowStone’s DSP audio engine itself that is.
There is no regular oscillator section exposed on this synth, only three main parameter knobs and a fundamental / saw adjustment.
This is intentional. Very ROMpler’y indeed…
Note, that as the creator of Saguaro.one I am not an audio/DSP-engineer.
This is a highly experimental synth and has some sound issues including clicks and aliasing. Use it at your own risk and with caution.