How-to: Use The SuperSaw
SuperSaw is a synthesizer that plays 7 simultaneous sawtooth waveforms detuned to each other. This creates what is commonly called a "supersaw". It's a really straight forward synthesizer great for anything like short plucky sounds to large and wide chords and pads with character.
Attack: Set the amount of time it takes for the note to reach maximum level.
Decay: Set the amount of time it takes for the note to move from maximum level to the sustain level.
Sustain: Set the maximum level (loudness) of the note while it is held.
Release: Set the amount of time it takes for the note to drop to silence after the Sustain level.
Detune: Set the amount of detune between the sawtooth waves.
Spread: Set the amount of stereo spread in the synth. 0% is mono and 100% is full stereo width.