by Arman Bohn
2.8 / 5     (12 votes)
SK-crooner is a vocal synth based on the 8-bit “human voice” patch from the Casio SK-1.
  • Two separate modes: Original (modeled after the Casio SK-1) and Tone held (for long notes)
  • ADSR Amplitude Envelope
  • Vibrato with Rate and Depth
  • Filter control with Frequency and Resonance
  • Sample Rate and Bit Depth Crush
  • Variable Portamento
  • Master Volume Level
  • Reverb with Size, Depth and Width Control
John Burns Jul 31 2021
(4 / 5)
Jul 31 2021
One trick pony. I used this on one song. It's a nice sound. I had a female vocal choir sampler in one channel and SK crooner (playing the same notes) in the other channel. Sounded nice. Sits really nicely in a mix.
summerlaverdure Aug 12 2020
(5 / 5)
Aug 12 2020
I'm so glad I found this once again, I loved it so much, I used it in a few of my MAGIX songs
Ember May 29 2019
(4 / 5)
May 29 2019
I honestly love this synth's sound, all nasally and kinda trapped in its own warbly world. It's not super versatile but if you're looking for a lead to spice up an upbeat track I'd instantly go for this one.
nataleone Oct 01 2018
(4 / 5)
Oct 01 2018
Fine program !
Johan Brodd Feb 20 2015
(3 / 5)
Feb 20 2015
Let's be honnest here. This is an one trick pony. No more no less. This ain't a bad thing, but the interface must be reworked so it doesn't remind Casio's lawyers about their old synth. I saw a Juno106 imitation and a Korg MS20 imitation got removed from the Internet because of they used the similar fonts and looks as the original synth. Apart from this little complaint this is a great synth.
LBReality Jun 07 2009
(1 / 5)
Jun 07 2009
Needs some work...