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KarmaFX Synth [Donationware]
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KarmaFX Synth [Donationware]Published on 05/08/05 at 06:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
No prob to install it is done in the blink of an eye.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It's not too many resources and I look very stable.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 2 or 3 hours I played with and as dzeuns say "it kills mre ca" this thing.
For a freeware hat!
The interface is the hair, even for a guy with no pro synthse, it is hyper-intuitive.
Sounds a little lacking in depth and the effects a little LGERS, but hey, the "price" we will not quibble. It's worth helping these guys dveloppent p'tit softs with paypal.
In short, a funny thing, it comes out really weird sounds, when you love. …
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No prob to install it is done in the blink of an eye.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

It's not too many resources and I look very stable.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been 2 or 3 hours I played with and as dzeuns say "it kills mre ca" this thing.
For a freeware hat!
The interface is the hair, even for a guy with no pro synthse, it is hyper-intuitive.
Sounds a little lacking in depth and the effects a little LGERS, but hey, the "price" we will not quibble. It's worth helping these guys dveloppent p'tit softs with paypal.
In short, a funny thing, it comes out really weird sounds, when you love.
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pekchpekch

KarmaFX Synth [Donationware]Published on 06/12/06 at 14:53
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Install simple
RAS

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a small base config is based on AMD Sempron with 1800MHz motherboard Basic
I'm running Ableton Live 5 as host, no prob. that side

It takes at min. screen in 800 * 600 but it should not be a concern to the extent that anyway with a resolution in 640 * 480 is not evident to the PC sound :-))
Two resolutions are available: 800 * 600 or 1024 * 768

All this seems rather stable

OVERALL OPINION

Modularity is top issue, you can create all kinds of sound, even includes a sampler and a modulator (graphics)
Version comes with a VST and VSTi version: so you can use it as fact or as a generator
I tried a lot dplugins VSTi for my...…
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Install simple
RAS

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I have a small base config is based on AMD Sempron with 1800MHz motherboard Basic
I'm running Ableton Live 5 as host, no prob. that side

It takes at min. screen in 800 * 600 but it should not be a concern to the extent that anyway with a resolution in 640 * 480 is not evident to the PC sound :-))
Two resolutions are available: 800 * 600 or 1024 * 768

All this seems rather stable

OVERALL OPINION

Modularity is top issue, you can create all kinds of sound, even includes a sampler and a modulator (graphics)
Version comes with a VST and VSTi version: so you can use it as fact or as a generator
I tried a lot dplugins VSTi for my taste freeware / donationware, it's really the top (a must-have, especially if you enjoy a search for the perfect sound for hours tweaking the settings in all very ^ sense - there's enough to make the little guys) and it is well worth the fee / dear!
For me the sound is excellent, no problem we can get a warm and deep, beats revered, tablecloths, crystal clear, but what, then paste it a compressor or other effect and is set deriere
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: KarmaFX
  • Model: Synth [Donationware]
  • Category: Virtual Modular Synths
  • Added in our database on: 04/14/2005

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