Bombastic sonic quality, I use a lot in Unify with the unified presets, this combination can only be described as out of this world. Downside: doesn't react at all well with my Roli blocks as midi controller, otherwise I would have given it 5 stars I was aware of this when I demoed, and never the less bought it for its Sonic capabilities.
This plugin has a great analog sound and it rocks!!
Well, as usual, Plugin Alliance delivered a great sounding plugin synth... again. Its lush, and can be pushed to grittiness. Also, as usual, the Knifonium plugin delivers more than than the hardware like polyphony selection, and of course multiple instances. Its amazing to have a taste of a synth many of us could not enjoy the luxury of owning. Thanks...again.
by Louis Wilson
My FAVORITE Plugin
Tons of Warmth
by Seventh Chord Music
This is a really great synth plugin (which isnt surprising given PA's track record). Its definitely unique and has characteristics not found in anything else I've tried. There is an analog warmth that helps it to feel vibrant in a mix. My only complaint is with the preset sounds, even though they sound alright on their own, they all take a bit of tweaking to get them to pop. But once you dial in a sound you like you wont be disappointed. Great work PA!
Tons of possibilities
by Simon Carpenter
Just to say it's a knobwonder. From pure low rich to high tweaked sounds - more than you can/could imagine. Specially like when just going with the flow and your results end up in self oscilating - so much life in it. From experimental to straight forward, what an excellent gear you made. Thank you!
The most organic, sonicly beautiful virtual synth on the planet.
it's really interesting, and fun to tweak. presets sound a little different than i expected, but i'm impressed with how easy it is to tweak this thing into something interesting. like the way it reacts to what you do. also s/o to the m/s. big
Literally wrote 2 new songs because of this baby. The presets are inspiring, but you owe it to yourself to make your own sounds from init. That experience alone is worth the price! One note: I found that working mono with two instances of Knifonium worked better in some cases for me (e.g. pads). Try experimenting to see what works for you!