top of page

Continuing Education

Public·15 members
Lincoln Bell
Lincoln Bell

How to Add Movement, Expression, and Depth to Your Sounds with Devine Machine Krishna Synth v1.5


Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE: A New Way of Synthesizing Sounds




If you are looking for a new way of synthesizing sounds that is different from anything you have ever heard before, you may want to check out Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE. This is a software instrument that uses a unique technology called Frame Synthesis that allows you to import any sound into its engine and transform it into a new sonic texture.




Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE



In this article, I will explain what Frame Synthesis is and how it works. I will also show you some of the features and benefits of using Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE for sound design and music production.


Frame Synthesis: The Core of Krishna Synth




Frame Synthesis is an exclusive technology from Devine Machine Software that lets you analyze a sound sample to obtain a special movie file that Krishna Synth will use as an oscillator. This process gives you full control over the frame rate and animation of the imported sound.


How does Frame Synthesis work? Here are the steps involved:



  • You import any sound file into Krishna Synth using its user-friendly import menu. You can also batch import multiple files at once.



  • Krishna Synth analyzes the sound file using its Frame Analysis Technology (F.A.T.) and converts it into a movie file composed of frames.



  • You can edit each frame individually using a set of graphic tools such as sine, triangle, ellipse, square, line, noise, harmonic, smooth, and pencil. You can also use various interpolation modes to smooth out or add variations to your frames.



  • You can animate your frames using different effects such as mirror, mirror quantized, repeat, bit reduction, lo.fi, squarer, pulse width modulation (PWM), and variable PWM. These effects can create interesting variations and transformations of your frames.



  • You can play back your frames as an oscillator using various controls such as volume, pan, coarse tune, fine tune, and old synthesizer defect emulation.



With Frame Synthesis, you can create sounds that range from realistic to abstract, from organic to synthetic, from harmonic to inharmonic, from smooth to gritty, and from simple to complex.


Analog Model Oscillators and Filters: The Complements of Krishna Synth




In addition to Frame Synthesis, Krishna Synth also provides two analog model oscillators and three analog model filters that you can use to enhance the sounds created with Frame Synthesis.


The analog model oscillators have five shapes each: saw, sine, square, triangle, and noise. You can adjust their volume, pan, coarse tune, fine tune, and old synthesizer defect emulation. You can also desync them for a more detuned sound.


The analog model filters have three types each: low pass, band pass, and high pass. You can adjust their cutoff frequency, resonance, and drive. You can also modulate them with one of the analog model oscillators using frequency modulation (FM), ring modulation (RM), or amplitude modulation (AM).


By combining Frame Synthesis with analog model synthesis, you can create more sonic possibilities. For example, you can use an analog model oscillator as a carrier for FM synthesis with a frame oscillator as a modulator. Or you can use an analog model filter as a resonator for RM synthesis with a frame oscillator as an exciter.


LFOs, Modulation, Krishna Synth




To add movement, expression, and depth to the sounds created with Krishna Synth, you can use its five LFOs, modulation options, and FX chain.


The LFOs have 11 shapes each: saw, inverse saw, triangle, sine, chaos, square, noise, log, inverse log, triangle log, and ellipse. You can also draw your own step sequencer shapes using six modes: simple, ramp, saw, half-saw, soft, and fine. You can adjust their speed settings from 32 bars to 128th with dotted and triplets, and up to note frequency multiples. You can also adjust their phase and polarity. You can choose to have them per voice (polyphonic) or synced (monophonic).


You can assign any control on screen to any LFO or modulation destination using a free drag'n'drop system. You can choose from 108 internal modulation destinations and 16 external MIDI OUT modulation destinations. You can also use feedbacked LFOs to modulate other LFOs or AHDSRs. You can also record your knob movements into an LFO using the knob movement recorder.


The FX chain consists of 12 effects that you can use in any order: delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, EQ, compressor, limiter, stereo enhancer, bit crusher, and looper. You can adjust their parameters and features using the dedicated controls.


Conclusion




Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE is a software instrument that offers a new way of synthesizing sounds using Frame Synthesis. It allows you to import any sound into its engine and transform it into a new sonic texture using various effects and tools. It also provides analog model oscillators and filters that you can use to enhance the sounds created with Frame Synthesis. It also provides LFOs, modulation options, and FX chain that you can use to add movement, expression, and depth to the sounds.


With Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE, you can create sounds that are suitable for any genre or style of music. You can create realistic or abstract sounds, organic or synthetic sounds, harmonic or inharmonic sounds, smooth or gritty sounds, and simple or complex sounds. You can also create sounds that are unique and original to your own taste and preference.


If you are interested in trying out Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE for yourself, you can visit the official website of Devine Machine Software at https://www.devine-machine.com/ where you can find more information, tutorials, videos, demos, and support for Krishna Synth and Frame Synthesis.


FAQs





  • Q: What are the system requirements for Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE?



  • A: Krishna Synth runs on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and Mac OS X 10.4 or higher. It requires a minimum of 512 MB RAM and 4 GB of free disk space. It supports VST and AU plugin formats as well as standalone mode.



  • Q: How much does Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE cost and where can I buy it?



  • A: Krishna Synth is currently discontinued by Devine Machine Software, but you may still find some copies online from third-party sellers or websites. The original price was $199 USD.



  • Q: How can I learn more about Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE and Frame Synthesis?



  • A: You can visit the official website of Devine Machine Software at https://www.devine-machine.com/ where you can find more information, tutorials, videos, demos, and support for Krishna Synth and Frame Synthesis.



  • Q: What are some other products or software that use Frame Synthesis or similar technologies?



  • A: Some other products or software that use Frame Synthesis or similar technologies are: - Alchemy by Camel Audio (now part of Logic Pro X by Apple) - Iris by iZotope - Harmor by Image-Line - Form by Native Instruments - Morphine by Image-Line - Absynth by Native Instruments - Serum by Xfer Records - Omnisphere by Spectrasonics - Falcon by UVI - Pigments by Arturia



  • Q: What are some tips or tricks for using Devine Machine Krishna Synth Standalone VSTi 1 5 COMPLETE effectively?



  • A: Some tips or tricks for using Krishna Synth effectively are: - Experiment with different types of sounds and sources for Frame Analysis. You can use anything from speech, vocals, instruments, noises, ambient sounds, etc. - Use the Draw Screen tools to create your own custom frames or modify existing ones. You can also use interpolation modes to smooth out or add variations to your frames. - Use the Mirror, Repeat, Bit Reduction, Lo.fi, Squarer, PWM, and Variable PWM effects to create interesting variations and transformations of your frames. - Use the Coarse and Fine Tune controls to adjust the pitch of your frames. You can also use the Old synthesizer defect emulation to add some analog warmth and character to your sounds. - Use the FM, RM, AM synthesis options to modulate your frames with analog model oscillators. You can create complex harmonic or inharmonic sounds with this technique. - Use the LFOs and modulation options to add movement, expression, and depth to your sounds. You can assign any control on screen to any LFO or modulation destination. You can also use feedbacked LFOs to create complex modulation patterns. - Use the FX chain to add some final touches to your sounds. You can use delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, phaser, distortion, EQ, compressor, limiter, etc.




About

Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

Members

  • deisaray jones
  • Andres Faria
    Andres Faria
  • Проверено Администрацией! Превосходный Результат!
    Проверено Администрацией! Превосходный Результат!
  • Asher Ward
    Asher Ward
Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page