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Devine Machine updates Krishna Synth to v1.5
Devine Machine has released version 1.5 of Krishna Synth, a frame synthesis based instrument for Windows and Mac.
Frame Synthesis is and exclusive technology from Devine Machine that let you analyse a sound sample to obtain a special « movie » file that Krishna Synth will use as an oscillator. This process, the tools provided
and the modulation possibilities can create sonic textures that you won’t get from any other synthesis.
A full set of graphic tools let you edit that file frame per frame.
Classical analogue oscillators and filters as well as a complete FX chain are also provided to enhance possibilities.
Changes in Krishna Synth 1.5
- Audio engine has been completely rebuilt from scratch to improve reliability and cpu usage.
- LFO and ADSR destinations extended to all parameters (including LFO to LFO).
- ‘Snap to harmonics’ option for the filter : each note will instantiate a filter to resonate to its own harmonic.
- Faster preset loading.
Krishna Synth is available for Windows and Mac (VST/RTAS/AU/standalone) for 199 EUR. The update is free for current users. A fully functional demo can be downloaded here.
Visit Devine Machine for more information and audio demos.