Add some high-shelf boost on Logic’s Eq (+8dB@4350Hz) to get the sound to cut a little more and also try an ’80s sounding reverb, such as the Audio Damage Adverb. Level the OSCs on the mixer so there’s pretty much an equal blend of saw and pulse.
Set the pulse width mod to approx 80% and pulse width to approx 20%. Make sure the LFO is set to a pretty slow rate so that the PWM pulses naturally with the riff. Now have a look at the ADSR. Set Attack to a slow 155ms, Decay to 2275.0ms, Sustain to almost full (labelled as -4dB on the Oddity) and Release to 3016.7ms. Set LPF frequency to 100Hz, resonance to 0 and add in some HPF output on the mixer (87%). Finally, set the HPF frequency to 83Hz and pan hard right. This really helps to get us in the same ballpark as the original.