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WOK has released Superfake, a free audio effect designed to turn a simple synthesizer saw wave into a sound like the Roland Supersaw.

Superfake simulates a 6x unisono effect with adjustable detune. Besides the faking of that fat sound by feeding a saw wave into it, it can be used for any synthesizer(-plug-in) to give it a unisono voice. Guitars, strings or choirs will also benefit from the rich and smooth sound of the plug-in.

  • Modeled detune values to emulate the Superwave sound.
  • Adjustable stereo spread.
  • Full stereo signal path.
  • Variable detune and effect mix for many purposes.

The free version has a nag-screen at start-up, that can be removed with a small donation.


Supported Platforms: VST for Windows 32-bit.


Price: Free / donationware.

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