New Synth, Zombie Killah 2, Is “The Ultimate Badass Synth”

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Sonic Entropy has introduced Zombie Killah 2, a free synthesizer instrument plug-in for Windows that they describe as “THE ultimate badass synth”.

“Most recommended for use for lead parts, especially in Drum’n’Bass, Breakbeat, Dubstep, Jungle music.”

Zombie Killah 2 Features:

  • 2 detuned oscillators.
  • 1 sub bass oscillator
  • Easy and quick modulators:
    • One-Knob Adjustable Frequency Modulation.
    • One-Knob Amplitude Modulation.
    • Double-Knob Pulse Width Modulation.
    • Vibrato and Tremolo.
    • 3-way filtering.
    • Host-synced BPM LFO Speeds.
  • All parameters automatable, but an assignable MIDI CC for LFO Speed is available if needed.
  • Chorus effect for stereo widening.
  • 10 Factory Presets to get you started.

Zombie Killah 2 is a free VSTi plugin for Windows. Mac users will have to find their own “ultimate badass synth.”

via rekkerd


6 thoughts on “New Synth, Zombie Killah 2, Is “The Ultimate Badass Synth”

  1. As Josh said; it looks quite nice but I ended up removing it from my setup. It is a nice synth, don't get me wrong, but I expected a lot more from a "bad ass synth". Maybe I am biased or plain out spoiled, but it felt too restricted for me. And I'm not even comparing it with the stuff one can do with Live and Max for Live; but for example the recently posted "Deep throat synth" plugin.

    The latter easily provides in the same sound types and ranges, but allows a lot more tweaking.

    So my verdict; its a good looking plugin, also has a nice sound to it, but I think you'll get bored with it pretty soon. Its not as "bad ass" as suggested IMO.

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  2. As Josh said; it looks quite nice but I ended up removing it from my setup. It is a nice synth, don't get me wrong, but I expected a lot more from a "bad ass synth". Maybe I am biased or plain out spoiled, but it felt too restricted for me. And I'm not even comparing it with the stuff one can do with Live and Max for Live; but for example the recently posted "Deep throat synth" plugin.

    The latter easily provides in the same sound types and ranges, but allows a lot more tweaking.

    So my verdict; its a good looking plugin, also has a nice sound to it, but I think you'll get bored with it pretty soon. Its not as "bad ass" as suggested IMO.

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  3. this is one of the best free v synths i have! i just used it in a song on my myspace page. thanks for the up! also i have a vst to au converter so it might work in os x… i will try that when i get around to it.

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