Sägezahn - Free
A bunch of saw.
|It´s simple! Sägezahn is the German term for saw (sawtooth) – a certain type of signal generator wave, especially used in older times when synthesizers used subtractive synthesis, which is a simple acoustic model that works with a simple signal generator followed by filter, envelopes and LFOs. Saegezahn contains an assortment of sounds which were made by using the nasty sawtooth generator/ oscillators and filters of the Korg MS20, Roland JX-3P, Ensoniq ESQ-1 and Electro Harmonix Microsynth. Be assured Sägezahn is suitable for almost every music genre, even film-scores.|
We sampled all mentioned machines and processed and edited the sounds enriched by filter works.
In 2015 we updated the Sagezahn from the scratch. Firstly we put together all separate patches into one complex patch covered by a brand new GUI. It is now possible to play all the former saw patches as sample
source at one time. You can layer many of them - as much as you like. There are 8 sample sets, which are:
One master complex complex patch 8 sample sets (approx. data size is 70 MB). For more details please read the reference manual. In order to use the Sagezahn without restrictions Kontakt 4 full version is required
Listen to Sagezahn
|SEVEN||additional: Real Guitar & Drums||Score, © by EvG|
|TIME FOR COMPLAINTS||additional: real Guitar, Vox and different drums||Score, © by Drowning by Numbers|
|TIME FOR COMPLAINTS||solo: saw synths||Score, © by Drowning by Numbers|