Originally Posted by adfielding
If you want a true stereo sound from a Subtractor then you have to use two of them. Easy way to do this is to Combine the Subtractor, duplicate it and make adjustments to the filter settings and envelopes and possibly tuning on the second one. Route the output of the first Sub to the Combinator's left "from devices" input and the second Sub to the right input. Make sure the Combinator is sending both left & right channels to the mix channel (which it might not do by default if you combine a single Sub). Sorted.
... or have 1 Subtractor, split via Spider into 2 EQ's via left inputs only and then put the EQ's left outputs of each into the Mix channel inputs, and then tweak each EQ differently.
....or.... simply wap a chorus / unison over the Subtractor and voila - stereo (with an effect mind you)
most old skool synths are mono sounding anyway, when you have a 'stereo' sounding synth you might have one waveform panned slight left, another waveform panned slight right and treated as one preet