by TA Programming
4.1 / 5     (10 votes)
Samurai is a true additive synthesizer.

Each OSC makes use of a bank of 50 individual sinusoidal oscillators with each mathematically tuned to produce the harmonic series precisely
  • Dual 50-partial Oscillators with Harmonic Preservation Algorithms.
  • 10x partial multiplier with Detune, Phase, and Stereo Spread controls.
  • Polyphonic independent oscillators enabling the user to control several timbres at once; e.g. A pad sustained with a lead played at the same time.
  • Intricate Multi-linked Subtractive controls.
  • A powerful amplifier section with distortion and tone controls.
  • 64-voice Polyphony/Portamento.
  • Pre-modulation waveform previews for each oscillator bank.
  • 100 Presets included.
joe the gnome Sep 18 2021
(4 / 5)
Sep 18 2021
Very clean & good sounding, love it.
functionform Sept 11 2017
(2 / 5)
Sept 11 2017
Excited for an additive I haven't seen before, but this did not go well. Most all the presets have a terrible clicking in them. Loaded fine in Reaper, is a cpu hog and surprisingly none of the tones were exciting to me. I get a lot more out of ADHDidi or even Harmonaut (a juicy little additive that's very fun and easy to program). I wish this were more like a k5000 like another poster commented - but its not even close. People forget one of the coolest things about the k5 was the formant filter you could apply to harmonic sets - a feature way ahead of its time, even now underused.
gridsleep Mar 19 2017
Mar 19 2017
In programming complexity nearly the equal of the Kawai K5000. It may not have all the power of hardware, but it is complimentary.
Da Music Makah Oct 08 2016
(3 / 5)
Oct 08 2016
Well, I don't like sound quality, presets. But, you can do a track with this vsti.
Anonymous Jul 09 2016
(4 / 5)
Jul 09 2016
dario Feb 06 2016
(5 / 5)
Feb 06 2016
Excelente Pluguin con presets muy buenos ideal para Dubstep