We all know saturation produces higher harmonics, and that is pretty much the only "sort of advantage" of analogue equipment - saturation everywhere. But there's a catch - saturating a simple sine wave works fine, saturating anything more complex is not... Yes, you get all the desired harmonics that make the signal richer, but you also get completely disharmonic nonsense. And that's the point behind MPolySaturator. It lets you create the actual harmonics, but doesn't produce all that dirt that generally you don't want.
How about changing the levels of the harmonics? After all, static sounds are generally boring. No problem! Just assign a modulator to a few harmonics and you can follow the input level, randomly change them and much more...
As always you'll find the standard MeldaProduction features: M/S, surround support as well as other channel modes, A-H presets for easy comparisons, and our easy to use integrated help system.