Yes, that's what I meant by "approximating" PWM. Unfortunately, you can only do that with one particular SAW wave as it's the only wave that has an inverse version, and a saw doesn't sound right for this patch (yes, I did try it out...). Soundtrack is very noticeably pulse and square waves. There isn't a viable way of simulating the PWM that I can see, so I'm likely going to end up using two layered patches (b) above, or samples (c), but I'm starting with (a) first (although I haven't got back to it in detail yet...)john909kid wrote:So the patch uses PWM, which the XV5080 lacks. Would this help in anyway?
How to achieve PWM on Roland’s SuperJV / XP and XV series
Yep, I've seen that before, it's not imo a very good version. It's more of a smooth fifths pad than a credible Soundtrack. There are already similar variations on that type of sound in the XV, but they aren't really in ballpark...john909kid wrote:Here's a JD990 (which lacks PWM) doing the D50 Soundtrack patch.
But yes, using the plugin has been great to finally help deconstruct the patch...