Login / Register  0 items | $0.00 NewWhat is KVR? Submit News Advertise

Downloads, Banks, Patches, Presets, etc.

Upload & Share

 
Tinga Filters
for Corona [Show all for]
by discoDSP [Show all by] on 11 February 2013
Downloaded: 459 times
47 presets for discoDSP Corona. Unzip and place folder at Documents - discoDSP - Corona - Banks
 
Jason Anderson
for Corona [Show all for]
by discoDSP [Show all by] on 6 July 2012
Downloaded: 528 times
37 presets for discoDSP Corona by Jason Anderson.
 
Caviar
for Corona [Show all for]
by discoDSP [Show all by] on 14 June 2012
Downloaded: 587 times
74 presets including: 56 Keys (Brass, Plucked, Guitar, Leads), 11 Arp Sequences, 5 Basses, 4 FX.
 
Daniel Butler Big Room Breaks
for Corona [Show all for]
by discoDSP [Show all by] on 10 June 2012
Downloaded: 524 times
16 presets for discoDSP Corona.
Discussion: Active

Discussion

16 January 2017 at 9:52pmBlackWinny

A wonderful synth. One of my very few main everyday synths. Tons of possibilities just with the tree oscillators (plethora of waveforms + ability to use SF2 soundfonts in EACH of the three oscillators + tons of mathematical algorithms of modulations between them) even before entering into the filters... which are or many types and themselves able to use many complex modulations. A very underrated synth.

About the vintage ('classic") waveforms embedded in this synth it is good to know that the Aeterphon is simply the original name of the Theremine. Léon Thérémine (who was French from Russian origins, named Lev Theremin for the Russians) never used the word "theremine" for his instrument. He named it the "Aeterphone"... to directly recall the impression of "sounds from the Ether". It is when the copyrights were sold to the firm RCA that RCA decided to rename the instrument under the name "RCA Theremin", the physician Albert Einstein having brought the proofs, the scientific evidence that the Ether didn't exist and that this word "Ether" was to forget energetically. Starting from this day the instrument began to be worldwide known under the product name 'Theremin" (or 'Theremine' for the French market) in the RCA catalog. And the name "Aeterphone" disappeared definitely and definitively at Leon Thérémine's death.

Please log in to join the discussion

Corona

Average user rating of 9.00 from 3 reviews

discoDSP
 My KVR - Version Control & Lists
Not In Your MY KVR Groups
(or group limitation prevents versioning)
51 people have added Corona to 24 My KVR groups 77 times
+20 in private groups

KVR Rank (Based on page views)

Overall: 1433  941  1389

30-Day: 1511; 7-Day: 2016; Yesterday: 2389

Advertisements