Oscillators: Two oscillators, both Saw. Set Unison voice count pretty high, with a fairly strong detune so it sounds a little pitchy, and keep the width modest so it’s not fully wide. Then pitch the second oscillator down one octave.
Filter: Low Pass 24 dB. Bring the Cutoff down to round of a good chunk of highs, but still leaving it pretty bright. Give it a healthy does of Resonance to make the pointier and kind-of nasal. Add a second filter, High Pass 12 dB, and take off enough Lows to remove the bottom frump and make the sound lighter.
Voices: Mono, with a noticeable Portamento. You should really be able to hear each note bend into the next.
Compression: Squeeze it a bit. Doesn’t need to be a ton. Just enough to make the pulsations from the Unison start fight the compressor, making the overall sound kind of aggressive.
Reverb: It’s hard to hear because the tracks are so dense, but I think there’s some space around the sound. Moderate Decay, just a little wet.