Archive for July, 2009

Dimitri Schkoda’s RMXL bank..

Posted in krakli on July 25, 2009 by krakli

Very many thanks to Dimitri who recently sent me this amazing voice bank for RMXL.  I was amazed that he included 128 new presets and also really intrigued that he took RMXL into some unexpected sonic areas for me.  I thoroughly reccomend that you all download the fxb and give it a try. Some really excellent sounds in here!!!


A little update

Posted in krakli on July 21, 2009 by krakli

Conscious of the fact that I am heading for the USA in August and so will be out of touch (it is such a backward place 🙂 ) I thought that I would update you with the latest Krakli news.

I am still working (working being the loose word) on S3V and RGB4. RGB4 is finished bar the patches, and S3V needs the GUI to be finished off.

If I had to say which of these is most likely to be finished first, I might plump for S3V but both are most likely to be complete post-holiday rather than pre-holiday.

Another bit of news is the fact that i noticed that Seven Octaves had released an album which used Krakli plugs for a lot of the tracks. I emailed the guy to thank him for the interest and he was kind enough to send me a copy of his album, which I have been very pleased with.

 You can find details and listen to some examples here

Thanking you all again for your continuing support and hope that I will be a bit more productive in the Autumn

Home Made Hit Show Review

Posted in krakli, music, vsti on July 3, 2009 by krakli

I was very pleased to trace back a link to this site and discover that the home made hit show podcast had done a really nice review of S3K. Certainly the tone of the review indicated that the guy was enjoying using it, having taken the advice to “really get to grips with one synth”.  To this end, he appreciated the simplicity of S3K’s interface while at the same time enjoying the fullness of its sound.

I really appreciate that this show took the time to check out a Krakli plug, and I look forward to listening to more of the Podcasts in future.