Customer Reviews

  • Easily the most analog synth

    ★★★★★
    by D Lawrence
    I Arturia, Spectrasonics, NI, Xfer, Uhe, Image line...synths. And I can safely say That when it comes to the analog sound, nothing even slightly touches this.
  • Knifonium

    ★★★★★
    by pinealwave
    Knifonium is a great sounding, warm synth. It has a lot of very useable presets as well that will fit most genres. I just used it in a reggae song and it sounds crystal clear and cuts right through the mix with subtle motion and without sounding harsh or overbearing. Some synths sound good but not musical, this is musical sounding and will give you instant inspiration. I guess the tubes really make a difference in sound.
  • SUPER SYNTH

    ★★★★★
    by OneDarkside13 aka Lukey B
    THIS IS ABSOULUTELY AWESOME THIS SYNTH!!! I AM IN LOVE AND IT IS SO FULL AND FAT THAT IT CREATES BASS TEARING SOUNDS!!! TO THE MAX!!!
  • Knifonium

    ★★★★★
    by Dipanjan
    KILLLLER !
  • Truly Outstanding

    ★★★★★
    by MixedbyMe
    Nothing else sounds like this, if you want texture that is unique and has a depth that is normally only found in hardware this is the Synth for you
  • I love it

    ★★★★★
    by Tristan
    Already made many tracks with it...instantly inspiring, unpredictable and deep. Great to have something different emulated for a change, and PA have taken advantage of the digital domain to make this plug-in awesome in its own way vs the original (TMT, polyphonic, FX, etc...)
    Great presets too!!
  • Screams and beater!!

    ★★★★★
    by Mark B.
    You can expect fat, sugar, acid and "whipped screams"! Its sharp sawtooth can easily eat an arm or a leg if you're not wary! Kids, don't fool around, this is a serious tool!
  • Power synth

    ★★★★★
    by Konstantinos
    Full power synth... Well done plugin alliance...
  • Knifonium

    ★★★★★
    by Studio A
    When I first saw the GUI I knew that this thing was going to be trip down memory lane. I owned a Korg Mono Poly for over 30 years. The fat analog sounds in this remind me of the Mono Poly. Back in the day we used to use Setting Charts and enter the number setting of each knob onto the chart. This is how you saved each preset you came up with. Now all you have to do is type in a name for the preset and hit enter. The added TMT and FX modules section is just icing on the cake.
    Dirk you and the Brainworx team should be very proud of this one. I can't wait to start making presets for it. Great Job ...
  • Knifonium

    ★★★★★
    by Stephen Buvoltz
    I could get into the technicalities of why Knifonium is ground breaking with it's tube emulation and tons of effects, tones, crazy wild not from this planet sounds! I could but how bout it's just a lot of fun! Just over the top fun!! Thanks much Plugin Alliance!!