Devine Machine updates Krishna Synth to version 1.5.

Devine Machine software company has updated its Frame Synthesis based instrument Krishna Synth to version 1.5.

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.

Krishna Synth 1.5 audio engine has been completely rebuilt from scratch to improve reliability and cpu usage, and some new features have been implemented:
    * 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
    * VST, RTAS, AU availability for both MAC and PC
    * visual feedbacks screen for LFOs and ADSRs on modulated parameters

Krishna 1.5 update is available and is free for current customers. A fully functional demo can be downloaded on Devine Machine website. Krishna Synth costs €199 and is available in VST, RTAS, AU and standalone versions for both MAC and PC. For more information, visit their web site at



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