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Krishna Synth

Synth Plugin by Devine Machine Software
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Krishna Synth has an average user rating of 5.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By Feng [read all by] on September 2nd, 2009
Version reviewed: 1.5 on Windows
The frame oscillator makes Krishna really shine for very complex and evolving patches. It basically takes a wav file, slices it into small pieces that you can use as a very massive wavetable (thousands of waves against the traditional 32/64). Than you may set an envelope or a lfo to vary among frames. If you want you can even draw waveform by hand and morph among them.
There are two other oscillators that have basic waveforms (saw, triangle, square) and the synth structure is like a subtractive one.
Another wonderful feature is the modulation assignment that is made by dragging the modulation source on the modulation target.
Krishna has various envelopes and lfos. A very interesting feature is about lfos. You can move a parameter "by hand", Krishna remembers your movements on a buffer and , if you want, you can create an lfo that reproduces them with just one mouse click.
What I've written is not meant to be a comprehensive description of Krishna, but it is what I feel really exciting in this synth.
Now let's have some analytic decription:
UI: Great, all in a window. Clear, logical.
SOUND: Great, expecially for evolving, complex sounds
FEATURES: Frame osc, lfo and envelope a gogo, infinite modulation possibilities, good effects section and also a valve simulation
DOCUMENTATION: comes with a pdf manual that's well written, could be more complete.
PRESETS: There are thousands of them but their quality is not stunning. However, remember that with this synth you'll want only create your own patches. The frame oscillator let's you import anything from a sample, a drumloop, a noise, a speech....
CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Never had a problem, so I don't know.
STABILITY: It never crashed on my system nor in Ableton Live, nor in Cubase, even when importing long samples.
What's more Krishna is definitely easy on the CPU

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Comments & Discussion for Devine Machine Software Krishna Synth

Discussion: Active
29 December 2012 at 10:25pm


Some time ago I bought Krishna Synth and I'd need to download the latest version. Is it possible? Of course I have my receipt. I paid EUR 236.81.



28 November 2014 at 4:59pm

hello im in same situation i have purchaded a krishna synth from devine machine and i have received a link for update 1.18 but i lost that mail and no download it : (now im stuck in version 1.15 so i ask if anyone have the update 1.18 please i have a original lincence not cracked versions and i have anabolic sound set please.

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