"Thin" is also "bright", and "fat" is often simply "dark". It's all relative and a matter of taste (and depends on what you're looking for). I often prefer a thin sound for some instruments, fwiw.
I couldn't get the same result by just filtering and equing the saw in reason synts. Logic tells me I should of been able, but "I" couldn't.
But more important to me is the questions...why does the Bazzile saw sound different(better to me), then all the saw's I tried in reason?
We're not talking about patches/presets sounding better, but just the single saw waveform.
I understand that sometimes you want a thin sound, but don't you want a single digital waveform sounding closer to the real world analogue oscillator, like I'm hearing in a modular type modules? Bazzile sounds closer to that. What could be the reason, reason not being able to produce a similar or even better sounding waveform.
Just demoed softube's modular, and again none of reason synths come even close to that single oscillator.
I really don't want to go "reason sound bad" road again, but I just don't understand why is this the case...a simple saw in all reason synths compared to some newer vst's...sounds worse, weak?
Remember that even in the analog world there were "thin" and "fat" sounding modules, both oscillators and filters - choosing only one to call "analog" belies the reality of the situation IMO.
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