Saurus’s architecture is conventional: a pair of oscillators (each with a corresponding sub-oscillator) is mixed and routed through a multimode filter before being plumbed through some effects. There are a few familiar modulation options immediately on tap, and many, many more possibilities hidden under the hood.
This is an instrument that's friendly and familiar, with just enough modern functionality to make it relevant to the modern studio. If you just want to get on with making music using quality analogue sounds without investing in a new computer (Unlike some products, Saurus didn't give our system any undue stress playing even the thickest of chords) Tone2 has thrown you a bone.4 Stars
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