MATRIXSYNTH: How good is the Hypersaw mode in the Waldorf Kyra?

Saturday, January 18, 2020

How good is the Hypersaw mode in the Waldorf Kyra?

Published on Jan 17, 2020 Marshal Arnold

"How good is the Hypersaw mode in the Waldorf Kyra?

Tonight I explore the Hypersaw mode in the Waldorf Kyra VA Synthesizer. The Waldorf Kyra's Hypersaw mode consists of 6 detuned sawtooth waveforms. You have an intensity and a spread control on the Waldorf Kyra which allows you the ability to dial in the amount and intensity of detune between the saws.

Once I enable the Dual Mode we then hear 2 of the exact same Hypersaw patches stacked right on top of each other and spread out n the stereo spectrum. This really sounds amazing on the Waldorf Kyra.

There is also a Hypersaw Suboscillator as well which I explore. The effects are all Kyra as well, until 4:03 in the video when I disable the Kyra reverb and delay and replace them with the Arturia Rev Plate 140 and the ping-pong delay in Ableton live."

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