It's easy to recreate it with simple sines. You may need 2 layers of the TI. You can "copy" the tutorial here, although it's made with the Logic internal synth.
Thanks so far!
It's a nice workaround, but I'd like to see a visual represented solution, so real implemented would be much nicer!
Yes, analogue modeled sounds, like from synths mentioned above!
As genre let me state "Deep house", which is making use of warm analogue sounds.
The Virus (I own a TI2) sounds often very clean and wide - good for trance and such genres. But when it comes to genres like deep house, you have to manipulate the sound extremely with external plugins/tools to make it more rough (as hint: monomaker, to narrow the width in a certain stectrum).
I also would mention here my feature request of "slope for attack setting in envelopes" (stated in Feature requests subforum), which will have a huge effect for soundcreation. There is a slope for release, why there's no for attack!?
I hope a dev will read this, I fear that not.
However, I'd suggest to add a slope knob for the *attack* setting of each envelope.
Actually, the envelopes only have linear attack setting, which is quite outdated. A slope to make the attack "faster than linear" or "slower than linear" would have a nice effect on sounds. Nowadays I have to "fake" it with external tools, but c'mon, it can't be a long term solution!